Aamera was going to be a doctor, but plans changed and she settled into a life as a multidisciplinary artist in Saint Paul. Her plays include Freedom Daze, CLOTH, American as Curry Pie, CHUP, Log Kya Kahenge, and Please Don’t Feed the Children. Her work has been produced at Southern Theater, History Theater, Illusion Theater, Intermedia Arts, Dreamland Arts, and Pillsbury House Theatre. Siddiqui has received a Naked Stages Fellowship and two Many Voices Fellowships. She was a featured playwright at the Asian American Theater Conference in Minneapolis and at the Women Playwrights International Conference in Mumbai, India. Aamera is also the Co-Artistic Director of Exposed Brick Theatre, an organization dedicated to telling untold stories through theater and performance art. Aamera also teaches yoga and has been known to bake the occasional wedding cake.
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