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Events Archive - 2014
October 21, 2014 Comedy Night: Stand Up TamashaComedy Night: Stand Up Tamasha
Stand Up NY, 236 West 78th St, NYC.
July 1- 2, 2014 The Company Theatre's Hamlet the Clown Prince The Company Theatre's Hamlet the Clown Prince
Cherry Lane Theatre, NYC.
April 4, 2014 Anuvab Pal: Stand Up Comedy Anuvab Pal: Stand Up Comedy
StandupNy located at 236 W 78th St, New York, NY 10024.
 
  
Events Archive - 2013
May 14-June 1, 2013 Ayub Khan Din's Bunty Berman Presents..Ayub Khan Din's Bunty Berman Presents...
Acorn Theatre, Theatre Row, NYC.
  
Events Archive - 2012
October 24, 2012 Samrat Chakraborti & Sanjiv JhaveriSoiree Series # 4 Theatre: Samrat Chakrabarti & Sanjiv Jhaveri's "Bumbug The Musical"
Anita Trehan's home in the Wall Street area.
 
Events Archive - 2011
September 11, 2011 BARRIERSBARRIERS
HERE theatre, 145 Sixth Ave, (entrance on Dominik Street) NYC.
March 16-20, 2011

DraupadiDraupadi
Roy Arias Theatre, 300 West 43rd St @ 8th Ave, NYC.

 
Events Archive - 2010
October 18-24, 2010 Playwrights WeekPlaywrights Week
Lark Play Development Theatre, NYC.
October 8, 2010 Shabana Azmi in Girish Karnad's BROKEN IMAGESShabana Azmi in Girish Karnad's BROKEN IMAGES
Skirball Center for the Performing Arts, NYU, NYC.
August 15 - 22, 2010 Divya Palat's A Personal WarDivya Palat's A Personal War
Dixon Place Theatre, 161A Chrystie St, New York, NY 10002
April 22 - 30, 2010 Empire of the TreesEmpire of the Trees by Adam Kraar
Abingdon Theatre Company, NYC.
April 24, 2010 The Blue MugThe Blue Mug
Gerald Lynch Theatre, John Jay College, 899 10th Ave, NYC.
 
Events Archive - 2009
September 30 - October 4, 2009 playwrightsPlaywrights Festival,
Lark Play Development Center, 939 Eighth Ave, NYC
September 9-27, 2009 Erasing Borders: Sixth Annual Exhibition of Contemporary Indian Art of the DiasporaThe Kitchen or 9 ½ minutes of Subcontinental Absurdity
The Ensemble Studio Theatre, NYC.
August 31, 2009 IAAC ComedyIAAC Comedy
Gotham Comedy Club, NYC
August 14, 2009 Unification: The Brown Star RevolutionUnification: The Brown Star Revolution
East 13th Street Theater 136 E. 13th Street New York City
June 17-28, 2009 Seven.11 Convenience Theatre Seven.11 Convenience Theatre
Desipina & Co, Center Stage, NYC.
 
Events Archive - 2008
September 22-28, 2008 Playwrights FestivalPlaywrights Festival,
Lark Theatre, 939 Eighth Avenue, New York City.
May 5, 2008

Ayub Khan-Din’s Rafta Rafta
Theatre Row, NYC.

 
Events Archive - 2007
September 26 - October 1, 2007 Playwrights Festival,
Lark Theatre, 939 Eighth Ave, NYC.
May 15, 2007 Ripe Time Production's "Betrothed"Ripe Time Production's "Betrothed"
Ohio Theatre, NYC.
April 18, 2007 Rajiv Joseph’s new play Bengal Tiger At The Baghdad ZooRajiv Joseph’s new play Bengal Tiger At The Baghdad Zoo
Lark Theatre, 939 Eighth Ave, NYC.
April 16, 2007 Reading of anuvab pal's “Chaos Theory”Reading of anuvab pal'sChaos Theory
The Guild Art Gallery, NYC
 
Events Archive - 2006
October 6, 2006 A First Class Man by David FreemanA First Class Man by David Freeman
45 Street Theatre, 354West 45th St, NYC.
September 13-18, 2006 IAAC & Lark Playwrights Festival 2006IAAC & Lark Playwrights Festival 2006
Lark Theater, 939 Eighth Ave, NYC.
 
Events Archive - 2005
June 10-18, 2005 PLAYWRIGHTS' WEEK 2005PLAYWRIGHTS' WEEK 2005
At the Lark Theatre, 939 Eighth Ave. (bet 55 & 56 streets), NYC.
Cosponsored: IAAC, Lark.
 
Events Archive - 2004
November 9, 2004 HAROUN & THE SEA OF STORIES - (an Opera sung in English with supertitles) PreOpera cocktails with the panelists: 5:15 - 6:15 p.m. Panel discussion with Author Salman Rushdie, Composer Charles Wuorinen, Librettist James Fenton, Dramaturg Cori Ellison and Artistic Director Paul Kellog: 6:15 - 7:15 p.m. Opera HAROUN & THE SEA OF STORIES: 7:30 pm. NYCity Opera at the Lincoln Center, NYC.
October, 2004 Tendulkar Festival October 2004 : Schedule Discussion with Author Salman Rushdie, Composer Charles Wuorinen, Librettist James Fenton, Dramaturg Cori Ellison, Artistic Director Paul Kellog followed by the Opera HAROUN & THE SEA OF STORIES.
Venue : NYCity Opera, Lincoln Center.NYC.
Tickets : $110
directly from the IAAC.
August 7, 2004 Intense Comedy Cruise, NY Harbour.
World Yacht Marina, NYC.
Intense Comedy Cruise — Enchantment of the Temptress
May 25, 2004 Staged Reading of Shahid Nadeem's "Third Knock - Teesri Dastak" directed by Shilarna Stokes.
Post-Performance discussion with Larry Sacharow followed by a wine reception courtesy of Billimoria Wines
CUNY, Graduate Center, 365 Fifth Ave, NYC.
RSVP: iaac@iaac.us  or 212 529 2347
Sponsored by the IAAC and Martin E Segal Theatre Center
(Free but reservations are essential as the space is limited)
Reception with Shahid Nadeem.
May 15, 2004 Vijai Nathan's "Stand-Up Comedy""Good Girls Don't but Indian Girls Do"
$15 cover charge. Stand-up Comedy at Duplex,
61 Christoper Street at 7th Ave., NYC.
January 29 - February 1, 2004 "THE RUMMY GAME",starring Sabira Merchant, Hosi Vasunia at the Century Center for the Performing Arts, 111East 15th St.,NYC 10003 (between Irving Place & Union Square East)
January 21 - February 15, 2004 MELA: A SOUTH ASIAN FESTIVAL, Baruch Performing Center, 25th Street and Lexington Avenue - Entrance on 25th Street, NYC
 
Events Archive - 2003
November 24, 2003 India Dreaming
Daryl Roth Theatre 2, 103E 15th St., NYC.
November 12 - 15, 2003

IAAC Theatre Festival: The Indian Diaspora.
Rehearsed staged readings of plays by Playwrights from the Indian diaspora.

June 17, 2003

"Life, Love and EBITDA"
The Epic Theatre Center In Association With The Indo-American Arts Council and The Rising Circle Theatre Company and SALAAM Theatre Presents A Staged Reading of: Anuvab Pal's Life, Love and EBITDA Directed by: Shilarna Stokes Featuring: Carolyn Ladd, Sakina Jaffrey, Geeta Citygirl, Gita Reddy, Tirlok Malik, Sunita Mukhi, Poorna Jagannathan, Brett Epstein and Andy Brown.

August 15,2003 Tom Stoppard's "Indian Ink" directed by Ashok Sinha 7 pm Play - The Walker Space, 46 Walker Steet, NYC 10 pm Gala Benefit Reception - Sundaram Tagore Gallery, 137 Greene Street, NYC
March, 2003 Salman Rushdie's "MIDNIGHT'S CHILDREN"
A Royal Shakespeare Company dramatization by Salman Rushdie, Simon Reade, Tim Supple presented by Columbia University, University Musical Society and the University of Michigan
Conversation with Salman Rushdie: Q&A with the audience
 
Events Archive - 2002
Nov 13 - 16, 2002
The 2002 Indian Diaspora Playwrights Festival
Staged Readings of Four New Plays

Dolly Dhingra's UNSUITABLE GIRLS
Sarovar Banka's THE MORAL IMPLICATIONS OF TIME TRAVEL
THAKUR'S NOSTALGIA
Alladin Ullah's THE HALLAL BROTHERS
May 21, 2002 Staged Reading of Shashi Tharoor's " Riot " by Shabana Azmi, Shashi Tharoor, Madhur Jaffrey and Tunku Vardarajan.
Adapted & Directed by Michael Johnson Chase.
Followed by an Open discussion of the Babri Masjid/Ram Janmabhoomi controversy moderated by Aroon Shivdasani.
6:30-8:30 pm. WPI, Swayduck Auditorium, NYC.
 
Events Archive - 2001
Nov 8-11, 2001 IAAC & Lark Theatre Festival: The Indian Diaspora,
Lark Theatre, 56th & 8th Ave, NYC.
Staged Readings of three new plays
Sujata Bhatt's "Queen of Remote Control"
Shishir Kurup's "Merchant on Venice"
David Freeman's "A First Class Man"
Preceded by Aasif Mandvi's "Tandoori Blue Eyes", a new screenplay in development.
 
Events Archive - 2000
July, 2000

Festival of Indian Theatre at the Tribeca Performing Arts Center, NYC.
Mahesh Dattani's "Dance Like A Man" July 14-26; and "On a Muggy Night in Mumbai" July 27- Aug 2.
Post-performance chat moderated by Shashi Tharoor, United Nations on July 19th with director & cast of "Dance like A Man" and a second chat on July 26th moderated by Wynn Handman, American Place Theatre
Preperformance chat on July 22nd with playwrite Mahesh Dattani and Sunita Mukhi, Asia Society.
Preperformance chat on July 31st with playwrite Vijay Tendulkar and Tisa Chang, Pan-Asian Theatre.
Post-performance chat moderated by Aasif Mandvi, Actor on August 2nd wilh director & cast of On a Muggy Night in Mumbai.

 
Events Archive - 1999
October, 1999 Perspectives of Gandhi:
Shyam Benegal's film "Making of the Mahatma";
Feroz Khan's play "Mahatma vs Gandhi"
Pradeep Dalvi's play "Nathuram Godse: an experience"
Columbia University Panel Discussion on Perspectives Of Gandhi.
Film and plays followed by open discussions with director/cast and audience.
 
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