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The Guru of Chai

10 Aug 2017

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A stirring comedy steeped in romance will run at Arts Centre Melbourne from August 22 to 27.

Watch highly acclaimed playwright and actor Jacob Rajan play the role of seventeen characters in this heart-warming story of impossible love and modern day magic.

One of these characters includes the Guru of Chai, a chai-wallah (tea-seller) whose life is forever changed when he witnesses an abandoned young girl bring Bangalore railway station to a standstill with her compelling song.

Loosely based on the Indian fairy-tale Punchkin, this Indian Ink production has juxtaposed Indian modernity with its ancient gods on stages in Edinburgh, Singapore and the US.

With three Production of the Year awards, Best Play, Best Composer and Best Actor at the Chapman Tripp Theatre awards and two Edinburgh Fringe First awards, this is a must-see performance!

www.artscentremelbourne.com.au

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