The play's recurring leitmotif follows Pinki, a young girl of eleven who has gone missing from her village for two months. It examines how an inexplicable loss irrevocably changes the dynamics within a family and the community. These varied skeins of narratives are dovetailed to examine and understand grief, loss, death, human affirmation and survival. It is sourced from many references including "The Seven Stages of Grieving", a Performance Text by Wesley Enoch and Deborah Mailman that dips into the history of the aboriginal.
The conversation for this work started with Anuradha Kapur’s “Nali Wali Larki”.
Associate Director: Vansh Bhardwaj
Cast: Mahesh Saini, Davinder Pal Singh, Surinder Arora, Chaman Lal, Ambika Kamal, Gursewak
Light Design: Daulat Ram Vaid
Singer: Pamela Singh
Musicians: Satnam, Meher Chand, Amarjit, Bhadur Chand, Ram Singh
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