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Tom Stoppard
Following on the success of "Bend it Like Auntie" & "NetSAP Comedy Mela", NetSAP-Boston in association with Small World Big Sky presents Tom Stoppard's "Indian Ink" Produced & Directed by Sarah Krohn Nirad: "To tell you the truth, this is the first time I have been alone in a room with an Englishwoman" Flora: "Oh. Well, you certainly started at the deep end..." Set in the year 1930 during Indian's struggle for Independence, Tom Stoppard's Indian Ink chronicles the brief, transformative and possibly erotic relationship between between Flora Crewe, an English poet and Nirad Das, an Indian artist. Fifty-some years later, Flora�s younger sister Eleanor, Nirad's son, Anish, and Eldon Pike, an American professor writing about Flora, attempt to piece together the elusive truth about the pair's mysterious relationship. Packed with Stoppard's trademark wit and wordplay, Indian Ink is a thought-provoking, elegant, passionate and sweeping account of accidents of fate and love that examines complicated questions of art, history, and identity. Sarah Krohn's directing credits include Hamlet for New Rep on Tour as well as Small World Big Sky's productions of The Illusion and A Doll's House. More Information go to www.netsapboston.org/events

Date: 06/15/2007
Location: Plaza Theatre in the Boston Center for the Arts, 539 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02116
Time: June 15th-July 1st: Thu 7:30 pm, Fri-Sat 8:00 pm a

Cost: Price: $24 adults, $22 seniors, $15 students, NetSAP Members $21 (10% off) Friday, June 15 preview is pay-what-you-can, minimum $5. Saturday, June 23rd Exclusive NetSAP show: Members $15, Non-Members $20

Contact: www.netsapboston.org

Web: http://www.netsapboston.org/events/2007/indianink.html
Email: theatrics@netsapboston.org

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