Fantastical, multilingual storytelling by a master storyteller – Danish Husain. It’s a virtual party you don’t want to miss! Shah Rukh Khan calls him the storyteller “who takes us back to our happy place“. You saw him in critically acclaimed movies like Dhobi Ghat, Peepli Live, Newton…now see Danish Husain live!
Comedy is Hard
Two elderly former performers— she a dramatic actor, he a comedian— decide to redefine the way people see them by doing what they do best— putting on a show. Be sure to catch this hilarious play by Simpsons producer/writer Mike Reiss— chock-full of New York acting and directing talent!
Having It All: In Conversation with Denzil Smith
As he awaits the launch of his latest film Tenet with Chris Nolan, Denzil Smith traces his success in US, UK, and India across mediums. He has seamlessly straddled the worlds of theatre and of Bollywood, Hollywood and British films for over 4 decades. Listen in as he shares the challenges and joys of his journey, his foray into the small screen and […]
Art of the Possible
Back by Popular Demand! What is a “good enough” reason for divorcing my upper-class husband?Art of the Possible, a deceptively simple yet powerful play, was a huge success in June! We received so may requests for another showing from those that missed it that we decided to bring it back.
Town Hall on Race, Immigration, Identity: In Conversation with Ali Noorani and Myrton Running Wolf
Gen Z is inheriting a complex world. What tools do they need to navigate the inequalities of race, ethnicity and immigration status? Ali Noorani and Myrton Running Wolf unpack how race, immigration and ethnicity tie into national identity.
In desperation, Ayla hitches a ride across the country with Rachel and an RV full of artists. Rachel connects with the Goddess on her terms. Ayla connects with Allah whenever she can. Relationships unravel as the close-quarters bunkmates grapple with faith, mortality, and Rachel’s need to be in control.
Intelligent go-getters Zoe and Trey are striving to keep their heads afloat in today’s economy. They’ve graduated from elite schools only to face unemployment and chances at low-paying “McJobs”. They’re underqualified for jobs they want, overqualified for jobs they don’t want. Then Trey comes up with a striking new concept for a social networking website […]
Letters to a Daughter from Prison
‘Little one, may you grow up into a brave soldier in India’s service!’ Nehru the statesman is continually separated from his shy, intellectual daughter Indira Priyadarshini by the turmoil of building a country. They forge the bonds of a loving, nurturing and formative relationship through their detailed, prolific letters to each other. “I felt compelled […]