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INDO AMERICAN ARTS COUNCIL
  
Special IAAC Evening: March 29th at 7 pm.
  
Performance, post-performance discussion
w/director & cast, afterparty.


 Tickets: www.mtworks.org or call 1 866 811 4111
$18 general admission;
$12 students/seniors/IAAC members

 
 
PARTS OF PARTS & STITCHES
 
Maieutic Theatre Works presents
in collaboration with the Indo-American Arts Council
PARTS OF PARTS & STITCHES
written by Riti Sachdeva directed by Cat Parker
  March 15–31, 2012
The Theater at 14th St Y
334 East 14th Street, New York, NY
Tickets: $18; $12 (students, seniors, and IAAC members)
 
A joyous, colorful occasion, a wedding day in the Punjab region in 1947; the patchwork of two families eager with anticipation for their pending unification. In PARTS OF PARTS & STITCHES, Yamuna and Jiwan prepare for their lives and future together in a small village of what is soon to become Pakistan. Soon after the couple celebrates their matrimony, the reality of the political and religious upheaval—forced on the country by Britain's abandonment— becomes apparent. The violence of man against man, Hindus and Muslims against each other, erupts in a horrific massacre. With perseverance and a will to survive, Yamuna desperately attempts to stitch back the pieces of her life.

Featuring Sarah Baskin, Purva Bedi, Jaspal Binning, Sergei Burbank, Mariam Habib, Ashok Kumar, Bushra Laskar, Deanna McGovern, Antonio Miniño, Eric Percival, Anil Ramani, Shetal Shah, Imran W. Sheikh, and Dathan B. Williams. With George Allison (Set Design), Karen Ann Ledger (Costume Design), Carl Faber (Lighting Design), Martha Goode (Sound Design), Arooj Aftab (Composer & Singer), Gisela Fullá-Silvestre (Composer); Navdeep Tucker (Choreography), and production stage manager Sarah E. Ford. Produced by Martha Goode with associate producer Jessica Thornhill.
 
 
 
The Indo-American Arts Council is a 501 ©3 not-for-profit secular arts organization passionately dedicated to promoting, showcasing and building an awareness of artists of Indian origin in the performing arts, visual arts, literary arts and folk arts. For information please visit www.iaac.us
  

  
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