Indian Ink Theatre Company's: Mrs. Krishnan's Party - Event Details
Indian Ink Theatre Company's: Mrs. Krishnan's Party
Location: Performing Arts Center
A Performing Arts Center Spring 2020 Special Event:
Indians throw crazy parties!
Heard of Diwali? A million lamps floating on a river and fireworks to wake the dead.
Heard of Holi? An explosion of color and joy and massive dry-cleaning bills.
How about Onam? It could be the craziest of them all!
Mrs. Krishnan is at a crossroads and contemplating selling her shop. It’s Onam, a time to celebrate life, death and rebirth. But when, as a surprise, her lodger James invites 200 guests over (you, the audience) Mrs. K. has no choice but to throw the party of her life!
In the spirit of great parties everywhere, laughter abounds, stories are told, tables are danced on and 200 strangers become friends.
Indian Ink continues to bridge cultures and expand boundaries with this hilarious, joyous and life-affirming, party-within-a-play. With rave reviews and standing ovations from across the globe, the party has come to your home!
Seating is limited for this event therefore tickets will not be available online. Please call the Box Office, 932-7495 to place your order.
Tickets on Sale beginning September 3!
Special Restrictions: $25 Top Table & Inner Circle $20 Wall Flowers & Cheeky Seats, $12 Party Animals
At the Door: $30 Top Table & Inner Circle, $25 Wall Flowers & Cheeky Seats, $17 Party Animals
Seating is limited for this event therefore tickets will not be available online. Please call the Box Office: 932-7495, or stop by T-F 10am-2pm to place your order.
For more information, contact: email@example.com (808) 932-7490
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