A Neat Late-Summer

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Sets have been packaged and bubble wrapped. Props are in a brand new trunk with our name on it. I am bathed and freshly scented. We are ready to go.

We’re performing Good Hands/Godspeed at Ranga Shankara in Bangalore on Friday and Saturday, and then Taramandal on Sunday. If we get good houses, it’s all thanks to the helpful hands of the Indian Ensemble. But first, we’re stopping by Rishi Valley School on Wednesday to perform for our friends. Performing Taramandal at Rishi Valley feels important: the first time we went, we’d just finished auditioning for the play; the second time, we were in preparation to open the play; and, the third time (which was this January), the play had just been published. This is a trip filled with good energies.

Incidentally, we’re performing Taramandal in Delhi in August on the 13th and 14th at the Stein Auditorium, India Habitat Centre.

And, in case anyone reading this joined us on the 10th of this month at the private performance we did, we hope in the coming months to give you more of what you saw. But even better, and all new stuff.

See you when we see you. Take it easy. And hope you have a neat late-summer.


~ by Momo on July 18, 2011.

5 Responses to “A Neat Late-Summer”

  1. Yesterday I saw Good Hands/Godspeed, liked both act and I will be watching Taramandal as well tomorrow. 🙂
    But, I wonder when you guys will be comming back with “Ich Bin Fassbinder”. 🙂

    • we don’t know when we’re getting back to ICH BIN FASSBINDER – it might be a few months, or many months. but rest assured, when we do get back to it, we will bring it Bangalore. 🙂

  2. Watched Good Hands/ Godspeed yesterday, and loved both. I’m trying hard to find out what the first song that played in Godspeed was…could you please help me out with that? Or a complete ‘setlist’, so to speak, will be great too.

    • the first song in GODSPEED is ‘Gila’ by Beach House. the other songs are ‘Puff the Magic Dragon’ by Peter, Paul & Mary, ‘No Name #3’ by Elliot Smith and the last song is ‘Paper Flower King’ by our group composer, Samar Grewal. 🙂

  3. Great, thanks a lot.

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