My play Chaos Theory was performed in Calcutta recently and it was reviewed in The Telegraph.
Two undergraduates at St Stephen’s grow very close, not realizing that they love each other; or, perhaps, realizing but never expressing their feelings, even later when they both move to the US. They marry other people, but the marriages don’t work. Yet they still cannot get together after three decades. Moreover, I found it rather incredible that the woman (Anahita Uberoi) flipped for a confirmed wino (Zafar Karachiwala) who, to make an impression, misquoted poetry, which she always knew. Stephanians strutting their stuff should protest the implication that no intelligent men graced their portals in that period. … Although the four-member cast acted well, I was happiest with the man’s flaky American student (Shaana Levy, who exhibited good skills at accents), while Sohrab Ardeshir made a smooth transition from callow fresher to Communist activist.
Read the entire piece here.