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Review of Chidiyon ka Pinjra, Presented by The New Voices Arts Project

Varsha Venkatesh describes herself as having an insatiable hunger for wanderlust, music, theater, books and food. She loves movies of all kinds, except the scary ones. 827 more words

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Out of Her Tree: Enter Ophelia, distracted, reviewed.

reviewed the great Kimberly Gilbert’s passion project Enter Ophelia, distracted, for the Washington City Paper this week.

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Oops I Can't Keep Promises (And Other Stories)

So I promised that I would blog once a week. Oops. Since I brought my blog back from the dead I have posted once… Then I slipped back into my old routine of neglection. 459 more words

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The Language Archive - Play Review

“What is death to a language.  There are 6900 languages in the world,  Every two weeks, a language dies.  This statistic moves me more than any other.   407 more words

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The Yogi & The Dancer, Presented by Jagriti Theatre

Play: The Yogi & The Dancer
Original Text: Bhagavadajjukam
Playwright: Bodhayana
Presented by: Jagriti Theatre
Cast: Kanchan Bhattacharya, Sachin Gurjale, Kafeel Jafri, Vivek Madan, Ashwin Nair, Sonam Powar, Vinod Ravindran, Roopa Rayappa, Indu Santhosh… 384 more words

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Strange We Can Believe In: The Totalitarians and Kwaidan, reviewed.

Two towering comic performances make Robert O’Hara’s “rolling world premiere” production a must-see: Emily Townley’s, plus Dawn Ursula’s as Francine Jefferson, a campaign manager who sees Townley’s Penelope as an obedient blank canvas on which she can paint her ticket out of Nebraska.

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Review of Mukhyamantri, Presented by Kala Gangotri Group

Play: Mukhyamantri
Director: BV Rajaram
Writer: TS Lohitashwa
Presented by: Kala Gangotri Group
Cast: Dr. Mukhyamantri Chandru
Venue: Rangashankara
Language: Kannada

How do we wash the dust off our everyday lives? 504 more words

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