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Displaced Hindu Gods Trilogy
THEATER PREVIEW: OBEHI JANICE SET TO INSPIRE WITH “FUFU & OREOS”
“I actually want you to be a little changed when you leave the theater. That’s my goal.”
YEAR IN REVIEW: STAGE SPOTLIGHT
A look at 2014’s most memorable Boston theater experiences.
DOWN WITH PRONOUNS, UP WITH ‘THE DISPLACED HINDU GODS TRILOGY’
I’ve never cried during a stand-up routine, at least not until I saw “Brahman/i: A One Hijra Stand-Up Comedy Show.”
IT’S ALL VERY COSMIC: THE DISPLACED HINDU GODS TRILOGY
In her upcoming series of plays, dubbed the Displaced Hindu Gods Trilogy, playwright Aditi Brennan Kapil—who is half-Indian, half-Bulgarian, and grew up in Sweden before ultimately settling in the US—explores a phenomenon she calls “re-mythologizing.”