Forward Flux Productions presents The Flux Salon XVII featuring A Small History of Amal by Amal, Age 7 by Lindsay Joelle on March 13th & 14th at 7pm. This edition of The Flux Salon will kick-off our 2017 season, and is presented in partnership with Pratidhwani Indian theatre company. The Salon will be held at Coyote Central in the Central District.
About the play:
“On the day of the 2006 Mumbai train bombings, Amal, a seven-year-old boy in a public hospital, lives a smaller history. He meets doctors, patients, and a food service worker with dreams of Bollywood. He writes a letter to the Prime Minister, and falls in love for the first time. But when the hospital struggles beyond capacity to treat the survivors, Amal gets lost in the shuffle. Now, it’ll take an explorer’s heart and a little Bollywood magic to defeat the god of death.”
In addition to the play reading, we will have live music, Indian food, conversation and drinks. The Salon will be directed by Samip Raval, and the playwright will be joining us in person for this special season-opener event.
Space is limited, buy your tickets today, or learn more about The Flux Salon.