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A Doll's House

Tanika Gupta transposes the setting of Ibsen's classic play to India in1879 where 'Nora', now Niru, is an Indian woman married to 'Torvald', now Tom, an English man working for the British Colonial Administration in Calcutta. Niru risks her own reputation in order to save her husband's and in the process discovers herself. This new version of A Doll's House takes a fresh look at the play shining a light on British colonial history and race relations as well as gender politics and class.

Tabla Maestro, Shahbaz Hussain
Dancer, Anjum Malik.

Release date:

2 hours

Last on

Sun 22 Dec 2013 20:15

Credits

Role Contributor
NiruIndira Varma
TomToby Stephens
Mrs LahiriShaheen Khan
Kaushik DasShiv Grewal
UmaRani Moorthy
Dr RankConrad Nelson
BobJames Allen
DirectorNadia Molinari

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