Ayad Akhtar's ('02) 'Disgraced' Returns to Broadway
The Pulitzer Prize-winning play Disgraced, written by Film Program alumnus Ayad Akhtar ('02), will return to New York this fall in a Broadway production. The show, directed by Kimberly Senior, will be presented at the Lincoln Center Theatre. Tickets are available online and by phone starting September 6.
**ENDED** 'SAKHARAM BINDER,' PART OF THE SPRING SEASON OF PLAYS
From 26-Mar-13 8:00 pm
3LD, 80 Greenwich Street
**NOTE: THIS EVENT HAS ENDED**
Sakharam Binder by Vijay Tendulkar
Directed by Nikhil Mehta ('13 SOA)
March 27 - 30
Vijay Tendulkar’s frightening masterpiece, Sakharam Binder, is the story of a bookbinder who, standing by his own subversive moral code, gives shelter to castoff and homeless women expecting servitude and sexual favors in exchange. This modern Indian classic, originally banned in the subcontinent and rarely seen in the United States, depicts a violent struggle between the sexes as desires and hopes succumb to the weight of a disillusioned people promised equality by Independence. Sakharam Binder is a testament to the invincible strength we muster in the face of unthinkable adversity, and the ferocity with which we fight for a better life.