Layaa practices for her singing role as Sita in “The Adventures of Hanuman” with Mandar on tabla. The play, which opens August 3, features live music and live singing. No prerecorded singing or dialogue. The kids and adults alike have been working very hard, and are definitely worth seeing.
Tickets go on sale at www.Shunyatheatre.org on July 10.
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We have a wonderful play coming up in August — Aditi B. Kapil’s “The Adventures of Hanuman,” and all you need to do to win tickets is connect with us either by joining our email list, “liking” us on Facebook, or following us on Twitter. Once you’ve done this, email me (Sanjay@ShunyaTheatre.org), post a message on our Facebook timeline, or tweet to us and tell us who referred you. We will not only give tickets to a randomly drawn new follower, but also to the top referrer!
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We’re very excited to be working with Infused Performing Arts for our next production – “The Adventures of Hanuman” by Aditi Kapil.
Take a look at the first day of rehearsal!
I received a casting call from Pratima Agrawal:
Looking for a South Asian male actor for a new play entitled Gods and Idols, by Austin playwright Jason Rainey. The play will be performed as part of Austin’s Frontera Fest Long Fringe Festival in January/February 2013.
Gods and Idols centers on the growing obsessions of a young couple, Harris and Joan. While driving on the interstate a few years earlier, Harris nearly strikes a Sikh man on a bicycle. Now Harris finds the man haunting his dreams, circling his apartment on the same bicycle. Who is this man, and what does he want to tell Harris? Meanwhile, Joan spends more and more time following a local musician, but who has more to gain from Joan’s loyalty? Harris and Joan strive to comprehend their fixations without losing their identities.
ROLE: Man on Bike – Indian male; 20s-30s
While auditions for other roles will not take place until September 2012, we are looking to fill this role early. Rehearsals will begin in October 2012. All rehearsals/performances will take place in Austin. While we cannot offer travel/lodging compensation, there will be possible deferred pay following the festival.
If interested, please submit headshot/resume to email@example.com.
Samarpanam, a non-profit organization for the promotion of Indian arts and culture, is presenting a performance by GS Rajan, a world renowned flautist and composer, accompanied by Maayavaram Siva on Mridangam
When: Sunday June 17th, 2012, 5:00 pm
Where: Jones Hall – University of St.Thomas, 3910 Yoakum Drive, Houston, TX 77006
Tickets : VIP, $25, $20 ($15 -Students) available at www.Ticket2events.com
Contact: Padmini Chari 281-537-1044 or Kanchan Kabad : 832-656-7496
See the Houston Press review of Shunya’s production of “Art” here!