Beneath the Banyan Tree - Geordie Theatre
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Beneath the Banyan Tree

Geordie Productions presents
A live theatrical event for the whole family blending
Classical Indian and Western dance and music.

Beneath the Banyan Tree

a Theatre Direct production
by Emil Sher with choreography by Lata Pada
directed by Lynda Hill
February 20th through March 1st, 2015
Centaur Theatre
453 François-Xavier, Montreal, QC H2Y 2T1

When Ajji presents her granddaughter with a beautiful traditional outfit to wear for her 12th birthday, Anjali is stuck. Fearing mockery from her friends, she rejects the outfit as well as her aluminum tiffin lunch carrier as “too Indian.” Anjali is a young girl who has recently moved to Canada from India and is struggling to adjust to her new life while trying to “fit in.” Join Anjali in Beneath the Banyan Tree as she finds the strength to be herself through newfound friendships, family, and the power and richness of her culture.

Ages 5 and up.
“It gripped both children and adults, enabling us to see
both points of view and delight in their reconciliation.”
– Peter Lathan, The British Theatre Guide
“Beneath the Banyan Tree finds a language of
movement that makes it feel fresh and fun and also
makes it universally appealing to kids of every age.”
– Calgary Herald
Tickets (excluding tax)
Adults $18.50; Children $14.50; Students and Seniors $16.50

To purchase tickets, Please visit www.geordie.ca or call 514 845 9810.
Press contact: Heather McCuen 514 845 9810 or publicity@geordie.ca

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