Chaos Theory

TBG Theatre
312 W 36th St, New York, NY 10018
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WHAT IS IT ABOUT?

Opening in India in 1965 where Mukesh Singh and Sunita Sen attend New Delhi University, and flashing forward to NYC in 2000, the play explores the unusual love story of two young students as they embrace the challenges of their bi-cultural lives. This version of Chaos Theory by Anuvab Pal, was developed by Pulse Ensemble Theatre's Playwrights' Lab over the past 8 years. This script has had two major readings, one sponsored by the Indian American Arts Council, and the other, presented at the Indian Consulate, under the sponsorship of the Consulate General. Anyone who has taught or been involved with academia will get an additional joy from this play. Chaos Theory is exciting on many levels: it is witty, it is literary; it deals with migration and acceptance, it handles human emotions in a very real way; it reflects a woman's point of view, and while it is complete in its journey, it does not give you all the answers! It is whimsical, yet it is real! Chaos Theory taps into the core of all human beings: the need to belong.

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