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Soundwaves: The Passion of Noor Inayat Khan – Play Review
Posted by Darshana V. Nadkarni, Ph.D. in Hindi - Bollywood Movie Reviews-- Play Reviews-- NAATAK-- Poems-- Event Reports, Play Reviews on April 13, 2017
EnActe Arts recently produced Soundwaves: The Passion of Noor Inayat Khan.
Stories of India inextricably linked with that of its neighbors, the collective that makes South Asia, have always been fascinating and generate universal interest. En Acte Arts company founded by Vinita Sud Belani focuses on bringing these fascinating tales on stage, with multi ethnic cast and crew. Their recent production, Soundwaves: The passion of Noor Inayat Khan told the story of Noor who was born from a union of Indian father and American mother, in January, 1914.
EnActe Arts has grown in stature and influence in the bay area. This was a bold production of telling an inspirational story with many twists and turns. The play featured a large cast and EnActe did a fabulous job. I will be watching for future plays from this theater company. For tickets, go to www.enacte.org .