Mohammad Rohaizad Suaidi is an educator and theatre maker who graduated from Towson University’s MFA Theatre program. As an
actor, he has performed in Honolulu, New York, Singapore and Kuala Lumpur. As a director, Mohammad has worked on over ten productions in Malaysia, Micronesia (FSM) and Singapore, where he was a theatre and English lecturer. Since returning to Baltimore in 2015, Mohammad has worked with Single Carrot Theatre on Promenade: Baltimore, A Short Reunion, and The Death of Walt Disney. Mohammad is currently an English teacher working with new immigrants and refugees at Strong City Baltimore’s Adult Learning Center, and is also an adjunct faculty at the Department of Theatre Arts at Towson University. When he’s not busy being all that, Mohammad spends his time helping to set up the Baltimore AAPI Collective, a new organization dedicated to the advancement and representation of Asian American and Pacific Indigenous artists, identities and communities in the arts. Mohammad lives in the Arcadia neighborhood of Baltimore City with his husband Dan and their two-year-old son Johan.
SCT Production History
Ensemble – A Short Reunion
Ensemble Creator – Promenade: Baltimore
Roy Disney – A Public Reading of an Unproduced Screenplay About the Death of Walt Disney by Lucas Hnath
Ensemble – Putin on Ice by Lola B. Pierson