March 22, 2010 | |

All About Women- Play Review

Five stories. Seven actresses. Eighteen characters. A prolific Croatian author. And Hidaayat Sami – the man who has been intimately associated with theatre since he was 19, forays at last into direction with Miro Gavran’s All About Women. Having actively participated in about 90 stage productions in various capacities (actor, light design, production), Hidaayat unwittingly piqued his peers’ curiosity when he embarked on this ‘all women’ play. Some presaged the play wouldn’t translate into reality owing to the tenderness that women display towards each other (and this is an all women cast, remember!). “This being my first directorial venture, I wanted to work with friends. Not that I had issues toiling with new people, but friends can afford to endure you and your tantrums”, recounts Hidaayat. So what is All About Women about? Five simultaneous stories involving five different settings, often interweaving, are in progress. Read More.

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