Past Events

Betaab Dil: The Music of Madan Mohan
October 30, 2015, 7:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Meadows Club, 2950 Golf Road, Rolling Meadows, IL

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Buy your tickets from IAHM and support us. Join us for an evening of dinner and Madan Mohan’s spectacular music brought to life by leading Bollywood singers. Contact us now to get the best available seats. Call 708 658 IAHM (4246) or e-mail info@iahmuseum.org

A Taste of India
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!

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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.

$50 for tour and dinner.
First glass soft drink, beer or wine included.
SPACE IS LIMITED. CLICK HERE AND BUY YOUR TICKETS NOW!

Muthaland
September 20, 2015, 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Meiley-Swallow Theatre at North Central College, 31 S. Ellsworth Street, Naperville, Illinois 60540

muthaland bThe Indo-American Heritage Museum proudly announces an encore presentation of Minita Gandhi’s “Muthaland.” Here’s another chance to see the sold-out performance that has everyone talking!

Join us for an evening that is delightful and disturbing, profane and profound–an evening to remember.

Click here to read the review in Chicago Splash

VIP SEATING $100 GENERAL ADMISSION $40 STUDENTS with ID $20

Click here to buy tickets

 

 

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.

A Great Dive
August 13, 2015, 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
The Historic Chicago Temple Building, 77 West Washington St., Chicago, IL

a-great-dive “Silk Road Rising” presents:

A Great Dive
Written by Puja Mohindra

After a family trip to a holy Indian temple inspires Geeta to wish for a soul mate, she meets Manish, standing at the corner of tradition and fairytale.

Performances

Thursday: 7:30pm
Friday: 8:00pm
Saturday: 4:00pm
Sunday: 4:00pm

$8 Parking at Self Park, 230 W. Washington St. (Validation required)

$15 each, $12 for students

Purchase tickets online at www.silkroadrising.org.

Muthaland
August 2, 2015, 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
RAVEN THEATRE COMPLEX- EAST STAGE, 6157 North Clark Street , Chicago, Illinois 60660

muthaland bThe Indo-American Heritage Museum proudly announces an encore presentation of Minita Gandhi’s “Muthaland.” Here’s another chance to see the sold-out performance that has everyone talking!

Join us for an evening that is delightful and disturbing, profane and profound–an evening to remember.

Click here to read the review in Chicago Splash

VIP SEATING $100 GENERAL ADMISSION $40 STUDENTS with ID $20

Click here to buy tickets

 

 

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.

IAHM’s programs showcase Indian American talent in all arenas, including dance, music, film, theater, photography, science and literature.

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