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There’s No Ink by Himali Singh Soin
Uncle Vanya

The writing is on the wall in Annie Baker’s reimagining of Uncle Vanya at the Soho Rep.

There’s No Ink by Himali Singh Soin
Uncle Vanya

The writing is on the wall in Annie Baker’s reimagining of Uncle Vanya at the Soho Rep.

Beneath the Shawls and Underneath the Corsets: Revealing Quirks at the Jaipur Literary Festival in India by Himali Singh Soin
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There are two aspects that make a festival particular to India as a country: the presence of several Bollywood celebrities and the post-colonial conversations about the works themselves.

The End is Where We Start From: The Garden of Earthly Delights by Himali Singh Soin

Martha Clarke’s Garden of Earthly Delights is a lyrical and dark performance of man’s first nature, without morality, but with nobility.

Decay and Resurrection in Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale by Himali Singh Soin
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The Bridge Project performs Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale at BAM.

Truth in Trousers: Virginia Woolf’s Freshwater by Himali Singh Soin
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The SITI company’s production of Freshwater creates mesmerizing stage pictures to permeate the story, filled with notions of truth, youth, beauty, fact, and the elitism of these ideas.

“I MADE ART BECAUSE I DIDN’T WANT TO DIE” by Himali Singh Soin
Our City Dreams

An ode to being human and the need to express one’s self, Our City Dreams tells the story of the loves and the sufferings of five women who chose to move to New York City.

ABRA KADABRA: BEING ANTIBALAS by Himali Singh Soin
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Is the future in your hands? Say yeaah. Do you pay taxes? Say yeaah. Are your pockets empty? Say yeaah. And your yeahs fill the postered walls of Brooklyn’s Southpaw with positive energy that only amplifies as the night progresses.

Stacey D’Erasmo by Himali Singh Soin
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Himali Soin talks to the author about The Sky Below, her most recent novel.

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