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"blending activism and filmmaking"




a play in two acts
by Karthick Ramakrishnan and Jyoti Thottam

October 17 - 19
San Francisco and Milpitas

Based on a true story, Interrogations deals with the issue of domestic violence, and the dynamics of silence surrounding it, in the South Asian community as well as in other immigrant communities.

So far, "Interrogations" has been performed to sold-out audiences in Boston, New York, Providence and Princeton. In addition, scenes from the play are being used as part of an Asian American domestic violence workshop in Boston.

The show is more than just a play performance. At the end of each show, members of the audience are encouraged to join in a discussion that involves cast members as well as people working on domestic violence issues in the area. This dialogue is a critically important part of the show, and will be part of all three Bay Area performances.

Members of the cast include: Sapana Doshi, Shalini Eddens, Ashish Joshi, Sareeka Malhotra, Rakesh Modi, Yesha Naik, Siva Natarajan, Brinda Sarathy, Pavitra Subramaniam, Sarah Town, Ranjani Vedanthan, & Brian Wang.

Thanks also to the American India Foundation for the
use of rehearsal space, and Manja.org for assistance with
ticket sales.

Friday, October 17th &
Saturday, October 18th


Mission Cultural Center
2868 Mission Street,
San Francisco
(Right off 24th St. BART)

Sunday, October 19, 5pm
India Community Center
555 Los Coches Street
Milpitas - directions

Advanced tickets are $8 for each show
($10 at the door;
$7 for ICC members for the Sunday show)

Purchase tickets ONLINE at http://tickets.manja.org/ekta/

Proceeds to benefit
and Maitri

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