FirstAct: Watch Theatre Jil Jil Ramamani's Haiku in a Bun, a tale of 3 siblings, separated by continents and time-zones
Theatre Jil Jil Ramamani's Haiku in a Bun explores relationships and grieving in the time of a pandemic.
Editor's note: With FirstAct, Firstpost is collaborating with theatre and improv artists from all over India, who'll perform short pieces or readings over a Zoom video-conferencing call.
Three siblings, separated by continents and time-zones, log on to a video-conferencing app to steady each other through a common bereavement. Months into a world-wide shutdown that shows no sign of abating, the family in flux negotiates both personal conflicts and deeper questions thrown up by a zeitgeist that is as improbable as it is inevitable.
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