Vande Mataram - Naatak 42nd Production benefitting AID
A play about Greed, Gunpowder and Gandhism
(in Hindi with English supertitles)
Written and Directed by Sujit Saraf
Produced by Gopi Rangan
ABOUT VANDE MATARAM
Aug 8, 1942: On the day Gandhi launched the Quit India movement in Bombay, a band of rebels met in Patna to plot their own campaign. Led by a University of Colorado trained philosopher, they planned to blow up public buildings and landmarks to sabotage both the Quit India movement and the British Empire. A veteran of World War I was recruited to build bombs; a renegade Congressman provided ideological cover; a couple of businessmen provided money; a restauranteur offered his backyard as a bomb factory. This is the story of their campaign its motivations, flaws, triumphs and failures.
Based on a true story - the Keezhariyur Bomb Case in Malabar, Kerala - Vande Mataram is a lament for Indian nationalism and the absurdity of being an Indian rebel in the 1940s.
Running Time: 120 minutes (incl a 20 minute intermission)
FREE PARKING for our patrons
Please park in the San Jose City parking garage located across San Pedro Street from the theater. During intermission, we will validate your parking tickets.
Parking without validation is $5 or more. We cannot validate parking for any other parking garage.
CHILDREN UNDER 10 WILL NOT BE ADMITTED
Tabard Theater Company
29 N San Pedro St
San Jose , CA 95110
|Minimum Age: 10|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|