Strange Men

Winner, The Paula Vogel Playwriting Award, Kennedy Center ACTF, 2016

Harish lives a modest life running a restaurant in a small market town in Uganda. A member of the minority Indian population, he is estranged from his family for reasons he prefers not to discuss. At night he cooks elaborate dinners that he eats alone. When an openly gay Peace Corps volunteer comes to town looking for more than a good meal, Harish's comfortable routine is broken, and his life is put in danger. Strange Men explores the limits of good intentions and the uneven stakes for Americans living abroad and the people whose lives they touch.

Workshop — PlayPenn Conference, 2019
Reading – NNPN National Showcase of New Plays, 2018
Workshop – University of California, San Diego, 2017
Reading – Youngblood, Ensemble Studio Theatre, 2015

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