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Indhu Rubasingham has directed on Britain’s most respected stages, including the Gate Theatre, the National Theatre, the Royal Court and the Young Vic. She is currently Associate Artistic Director of the Tricycle Theatre Company in London. Indhu Rubasingham is co-director of The Great Game: Afghanistan, a series of twelve plays, presented in three parts concerning the history and culture of Afghanistan. The Great Game: Afghanistan was developed at the Tricycle Theatre in London and has been performed at various venues in the United States, including Berkeley Rep from October 22, 2010 to November 7, 2010, and later at the Public Theatre in New York. Tricycle Theatre web page

Founded in 1968, Berkeley Repertory Theatre has established itself as one of this country’s top-ranking professional resident theatre companies, known for its consistently high-quality productions. Winner of the 1997 Tony Award for Outstanding Regional Theatre, its national reputation draws theatre artists from around the country to work on a variety of productions from September through July.


Complete 34-minute interview
Indhu Rubasingham discusses the creation and production of
The Great Game: Afghanistan, about her career as a director
and about the power of theatre. The program was recorded on
October 25, 2010 and aired later that day.

Program as aired on KPFA
heard on Cover to Cover, KPFA-FM,
Pacifica Radio Berkeley California
Monday, October 25, 2010, 3 pm

About the interviewer:

RICHARD WOLINSKY hosts "Bookwaves on Cover to Cover" heard every Thursday at 3:00 pm on KPFA-FM in Berkeley. He also hosts occasional theatre interviews on "Open Book" on Fridays at 3 pm.

Other Berkeley Rep interviews:
Tony Taccone, March 2011 and March 2008
Les Waters, March 2010
Sharon Ott, May 2009
Delroy Lindo, November 2008

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