CMU School of Drama

Monday, April 17, 2017

"Made in India" by Tamasha Theatre Company Tackles the Subject of Fertility and Surrogacy

The Theatre Times: Tamasha is a touring company that specializes in cultural diversity. It nurtures new writers and new voices. A handful of years ago, it celebrated its 25th anniversary, and, since the arrival of its new artistic director, Fin Kennedy, in 2013 it has been expanding its interests to include all aspects of intercultural relationships. Its recent show, Satinder Chohan’s punningly titled Made in India, has been touring the country since January and it recently closed at the Soho Theatre in London. The show has been in development since its author received an OffWestEnd.com Adopt a Playwright Award in 2013. That’s a very long gestation period for a story about surrogate pregnancy, but it’s been worth the wait.

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