Although theatre is a universal medium of expression, immigrants face special difficulties with it. A linguistic and cultural barrier must frequently be surmounted when relocating to a new nation. These difficulties are made worse for theatre performers who are immigrants. They must learn the cultural intricacies that affect how theatre is created and accepted in the host society

The theatre of immigration is a captivating space where various cultures come together and blend. It provides a platform to showcase the myths and archetypes of the home country within the host society. However, this integration is not always straightforward due to cultural, social, linguistic, and expressive differences.

Comedic theatre has always been a powerful means of criticizing and challenging established systems. In a dictatorial regime, where freedom of expression is often suppressed, comedic art becomes a subtle but effective weapon to resist and awaken consciences.