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Start Date: 4/30/2020Start Time: 7:30 PM
End Date: 4/30/2020End Time: 9:30 PM
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April 30 - May 2, 2020
Rose Nagelberg Theatre

Play by Aditya Rawal
Directed by Gwynn MacDonald 


Stranded at a post between India and Pakistan, three Indian soldiers wait for a chopper extraction to rescue them that shows no sign of arriving.  This play by 27-year-old Aditya Rawal from Mumbai (winner New York Innovative Theatre Award for The Queen) is set on the highest battleground on Earth.  The Siachen glacier, located in a disputed territory of Kashmir, has been the subject of a 35-year military conflict.  While setting out to write an anti-war play criticizing the governments for their inability to broker a truce, after spending two weeks at the base camp, Rawal found the truth more complicated.

This play-in-development, directed by Gwynn MacDonald (“Intelligent, absorbing... a quiet but forceful call for art to alert itself to the impact of politics.” – The New York Times) explores the mistrust that lies at the root of human conflict.  

Tickets: $26 - $11

​Photo by Bharat Tailor
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