|Written and Directed By||YAËL FARBER|
|Set and Costume Design||OROON DAS|
|Soundscape Design||ABHIJEET TAMBE|
|Lighting Design||PAUL LIM|
|Stage Management||TRIONA HUMPHRIES|
|Assistant Director||ROBERT JANSEN|
|Production Management India||QTP ENTERTAINMENT|
|Production Management UK||PAUL LIM|
|Producers||ASSEMBLY, RIVERSIDE STUDIOS AND POORNA JAGANNATHAN|
|Associate Producer||MARGARET MOLL|
|Sound Libraries provided by||EARTH MOMENTS AND SVARAM|
This production would not be possible without the support and investment of: Marshall Cordell, Tony Tabatznik, Trudie Styler and Rishi Shah.The original workshop held in Bombay in January 2013 was executively produced by:
Ranbir Kapoor, Jennifer Patterson, Reshma and Harsh Piramal with additional support provided by: Anil Kably, Megan Kent, Robin Bardolia, Aarti + Purvesh Mankad, Jill Flint, Sandeep Sood, Linda Hockstein, Benny + Ashima Thomas, Nandini Natarajan, Laurie + Michael Pollock, Parmesh Shahani, Laurie and Michael Pollock, Nandini Natrajan and Tracy
The Music: 'Bangles' by Niraj Chag From the album Along the Dusty Road; 'Ur Jaa' by Niraj Chag ft. Japjit Kaur From the album The Lost Souls and 'Anusvara' 6th Prism (Shirish Korde) from Rakshasa by Simon Thacker's Svara Kanti.
YAËL FARBER - Writer and Director
Yaël Farber is a multiple award-winning director and playwright of international acclaim. Her productions have toured the world extensively - earning her a reputation for hard-hitting, controversial works of the highest artistic standard. She has most recently directed an award-winning production of Arthur Miller's THE CRUCIBLE for The Old Vic at London's West End, garnering 10 x 5 star reviews from the UK's top publications, and exceptional reviews from top USA publications - including The New York Times. The production is one of the most successful in The Old Vic's illustrious history and has recently earned her a London Evening Standard nomination and Broadway World Westend Best Director award.
NIRBHAYA (directed and written by Farber in India 2013) earned exceptional reviews and three international awards at the 2013 Edinburgh Festival. MIES JULIE (written and directed by Farber) won a string of international awards at the 2012 Edinburgh Festival, was named one of the Top Ten Productions of 2012 by The New York Times, and Top 5 Productions of 2012 by The Guardian. NIRBHAYA, MIES JULIE and several other works written and directed by Ms. Farber continue currently on prestigious international touring circuits.
A selection of her awards include: BroadwayWorld Best Director (2014); Asian Media Award (2014); The Amnesty Freedom of Expression Award (2013); Best of Edinburgh Award (2012); Scotsman Fringe First Awards (2000, 2012, 2013); Herald Angel Awards (2003, 2012, 2013); South Africa's Fleur du Cap (2012), Vita (1991) and Naledi Awards (2002, 2008, 2013); Boston's Elliot Norton Award (2013); Canada's Dora Mavor Moore Award (2014) and a BBC Sony Award (2001). She was named Artist of the Year in her native South Africa (2003).
Her productions have toured across the major cities of the Europe, USA, UK, Africa, Canada, Australia, India and Asia. She has been an invitee at the Lincoln Center Theater Directors Lab (NYC), a guest artist at Mabou Mines Theatre Company (NYC), Haus der Kulturen der Welt (Berlin), The Public Theater (NYC) and the Sundance Institute Theatre Lab (Utah). She served as Head of the Directing Program at the National Theatre School of Canada between 2009 and 2012. Ms. Farber was named amongst the top 100 South Africans by Citypress in 2013. Her plays are published by OBERON BOOKS (London, UK).
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