September 20, 2015, 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Meiley-Swallow Theatre at North Central College, 31 S. Ellsworth Street, Naperville, Illinois 60540
Join us for an evening that is delightful and disturbing, profane and profound–an evening to remember.
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THE LIFE OF A YOUNG WOMAN IS FOREVER CHANGED ON A TRIP TO INDIA.
Muthaland is written and performed by Minita Gandhi and directed by Heidi Stillman.
Debut performances at Silk Road Rising earned enthusiastic reviews from its patrons.“The bravest, most socially relevant piece of theater I’ve seen.” “Stunning, stunning, stunning, breathtaking, heroic.”
Minita Gandhi, born in Mumbai and raised in the San Francisco Bay area, has been acting in Chicago for the past six years. She has worked with Mary Zimmerman on Arabian Nights, with Silk Road Rising, Berkeley Repertory Theater, Milwaukee Repertory Theater, Indiana Repertory Theater, Lookingglass Theater and Victory Gardens Theater. Her film credits include Parvati’s Golden Skin and The Drunk. Her TV credits include Fox’s Chicago Code and Onion News.
September 27, 2015, 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Tiffin Restaurant, 2536 West Devon Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60659
IAHM’s culinary and cultural adventure is back by popular demand!
Discover the rich and varied heritage of Indian Americans. Meet at Tiffin restaurant and walk with Indo-American Heritage Museum docents along Chicago’s iconic Devon Avenue to explore sari boutiques, grocery and jewelry stores. Take a behind-the-scenes look at Tiffin kitchen tandoori preparations. Enjoy regional Indian dishes with a carefully curated thali dinner specially prepared for you by Tiffin chefs.
IAHM’s programs showcase Indian American talent in all arenas, including dance, music, film, theater, photography, science and literature.
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