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IS KRISHNA THERE? A BEGUM AKHTAR STORY

Solo Show · the fighting soprano productions · Ages 14+ · United States of America
"Is Krishna There?" is a love letter to my Indian haritage. When I first discovered Begum Akhtar, I was surprised that her legacy was almost invisible after her death as compared to her life. Consider this exploration, "Truman Show" meets "Never Have I Ever".
"Is Krishna There?" is a love letter to my Indian haritage. When I first discovered Begum Akhtar, I was surprised that her legacy was almost invisible after her death as compared to her life. Consider this exploration, "Truman Show" meets "Never Have I Ever".

I CAN'T INDIAN GOOD

soaring solo studios · Ages 12+ · United States of America
“I Can’t Indian Good” is a comedic solo show written/performed by Brandon Raman, a first generation Indian-American with zero ties to India, exploring how you can build a sense of personal identity when you feel culturally adrift. Sometimes all you need is a carpooling herd of (imaginary) ancestors.
“I Can’t Indian Good” is a comedic solo show written/performed by Brandon Raman, a first generation Indian-American with zero ties to India, exploring how you can build a sense of personal identity when you feel culturally adrift. Sometimes all you need is a carpooling herd of (imaginary) ancestors.

PALMARES

Dance & Physical Theatre · brasil brasil cultural center · Ages 8+ · United States of America
Palmares -- a historically based, Capoeira, action, musical. In 1675 a power struggle between King Ganga Zumba and his legendary General Zumbi escalates as they fight to save Brazil’s mightiest freemen colony from Portuguese slavers.
Palmares -- a historically based, Capoeira, action, musical. In 1675 a power struggle between King Ganga Zumba and his legendary General Zumbi escalates as they fight to save Brazil’s mightiest freemen colony from Portuguese slavers.

EYSHET F***ING CHAYIL (A WOMAN OF F***ING VALOR)

melodity productions · Ages 18+ · United States of America
One woman's unorthodox Jewish journey through music, love, tragedy, romance, family, religion, Korean drums, and inappropriate humor to find her path to becoming an Eyshet Chayil--a Woman of Valor. Written and performed by Melanie Ehrlich.
One woman's unorthodox Jewish journey through music, love, tragedy, romance, family, religion, Korean drums, and inappropriate humor to find her path to becoming an Eyshet Chayil--a Woman of Valor. Written and performed by Melanie Ehrlich.