The Women of the Mahabharata
TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR FOR $25/CASH!
eyeBLINK's new multiculturally cast project is a new play based on an epic war, spanning back to India, 5000 years ago. Fought between two sets of cousins for a kingdom and a beautiful woman, this play grapples with justice and righteousness vs. fraternal loyalty and and social bonds. It examines how the human spirit overcomes adversity and heals deep wounds. Actresses live the story, dancers add to the emotions through modern and South Asian fusion dance, live sitar music sets the tone, and multi-media sets the atmosphere. Come experience The Women of the Mahabharata!
This play is suitable for children.
A world premiere adaptation
by Wallace Dorian
directed by Jonathan Warman
choreographed by Dina Denis
Starring: Qurrat Ann Kadwani, Victoria Guthrie, Ashley Jones, Kathryn Browne, Steph Van Vlack, Erin Huestis, Siras Nitithatsanakul, Jenna Kirk
Live sitar by Egemen Sanli
Stage Manager: Carol Mahoney
Scenic Design: Nick Lazzarro
Light Design: Yuriy Nayer
Sound Design: Mat Bussler
Costume Design: Leslie Lowe
Multimedia Design: Nathaniel Milton
Art: Fareen Butt
Graphic Design: William J. Carabano
Publicity: Contact Stephen Sunderlin / Sun Productions, Inc.
eyeBLINK is sponsoring tickets for non-profit organizations that provide services to people who are underprivileged. We are donating 100 tickets a week so that children and adults can enjoy this inspirational, exciting show! Please help up meet our goal by donating money towards these tickets! Get involved in your community! Every $1 helps! Donate today! www.eyeblink.org
Tickets are being donated to organizations including Volunteers in Protective Services, Big brothers Big Sisters NYC, The Salvation Army Church (Manhattan Citadel), Valley Stream Association of Girl Scouts, Manhattan Love Kitchen, George Daly House, St. Paul's House and NYC Rescue Mission
Roy Arias Theatre 2
616 Ninth Ave between 43rd and 44th Streets
New York, NY 10036
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|