2 - 14 May 2006 I DBS Arts Centre - Home of SRT
Discover black holes and the formula for happiness in a tribute to Nobel Prize winning astrophysicist, Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar. A young NZ Indian student, Lonely Planet guidebook in hand, sets off to discover India and finds himself trapped in the gravity of a collapsing household. Help is at hand from a one eyed uncle, a 300 year old cook and a duck. A play that reveals the mysteries of the universe and the value of a good red fish curry.
Cast: Jacob Rajan
Written by: Jacob Rajan and Justin Lewis (The Candlestickmaker), Jacob Rajan (Krishnan's Dairy)
Directed by: Justin Lewis
Designed by: John Verryt
Lighting Design: Paul O'Brien and Cathy Knowsley (The Candlestickmaker), Helen Todd, Anthony Hodgson and Cathy Knowsley (Krishnan's Dairy)
Sound Design by: Justin Lewis, Jacob Rajan, Craig Lee and David Ward (The Candlestickmaker) Justin Lewis, Jacob Rajan, Conrad Weddeand David Ward (Krishnan's Dairy)
Technical Management: Cathy Knowsley
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