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CREATIVE CUTS - Fresh theatre at Black Box

Updated: May 20

Theatre fans have a real treat when 3bCreative stage two Queensland premieres this May. One of New Zealand’s most popular plays, Krishnan’s Dairy, will be having its first outing in the state. Joining it will be Scraps, the latest work of Nambour playwright Joy Hinckley.

Krishnan's Dairy by NZ playwrights Jacob Rajan and Justin Lewis centres on the travails of a migrant couple, Gobi and Zina Krishnan.

They have emigrated from India to New Zealand to start a family and run a convenience store. Woven through is the story of Shah Jahan who built the Taj Mahal as a mausoleum for his favourite wife.

Both of the play’s characters are played by Sangita Ghodke, giving her a great opportunity to demonstrate her remarkable comedic talents and also her lived experience of being an immigrant.

This double bill starts on Friday May 31 for a limited season at the Black Box, at 80 Howard Street Nambour. Bookings are essential and may be made at:



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