Shunya’s latest production made it to the Houston Press’s “21 Best Things to Do in Houston This Week“!
After a long hiatus, Shunya is back! We are planning on producing Tanika Gupta’s “The Waiting Room” in August 2017! Check out the front page for links to audition information. Coming up this Saturday is our kick off social at Axelrad on May 20th at 5 pm. We hope you can come out and meet us and learn more about the production!
…we won’t have any tickets at the door on Friday 4/4. We will be updating on Facebook and our blog if we have any available at the door on Saturday or Sunday.
A Widow of No Importance has had a great run so far, and this weekend is the last weekend to see it! At this time we have less than 10 tickets on sale for Friday and less than 20 on sale for Saturday, so if you are planning on coming, please buy now! Sunday’s matinee show has a several seats remaining.
We will have very, very few seats available at the door, so please don’t count on that if you want to see the play!
The veena is a Carnatic or South Indian instrument and is symbolically associated with Saraswati, the Hindu goddess of education, music, and the arts.
Partition will feature several different raags or melodic modes. In order to compose the music, Sridharan read the script and watched the scenes between Ramanujan and Namagiri. Through this process, the veena itself has become a kind of character, empathizing and moving with the action of the play.