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To The Beats Of A Solo Performer

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To The Beats Of A Solo Performer
Dakota Arsenault
To The Beats Of A Solo Performer
outlookindia.com
2017-03-04T11:31:51+05:30

Brotherhood: The Hip Hopera
Performer/Creator:
Sebastien Heins.
Director: Karin Randoja. Presented in India by QTP
Rating:

Sitara Studios, where thespian Seb­astien Heins performed his solo act—Brotherhood: The Hip Hopera, lent itself to the evening in more ways than one. Tucked away in Gar­age Galli, a stone’s throw from Elp­hinstone Road station in Mumbai’s mill district, near Tilak Bhavan (Congress party’s office) and two slightly deserted malls, the studio is hard to find despite the GPS ­declaring that you have ‘arrived’. But make no mistake, this is a studio that has been frequented by several filmmakers and stars from the Marathi industry, inf­orms an old tea seller. The theatre is an intimate space with a seating capacity of not more than 120, and for...

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