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See it if If you are looking for a show spanning a spectrum of emotions-you laugh, cry, cringe, think, feel with the characters!
Don't see it if If you mind profanity, use of colloquial language and or bollywood music See it if You like engaging, socially conscious theatre that gives back!
HONOUR: Confessions of a Mumbai Courtesan is collaborating with Apne Aap, an Indian organization, doing grassroots work to end sex trafficking by organizing marginalized women into small self-empowerment groups, where they work collectively to access their legal, social, economic, and political rights.
India's red light district and meet the eunuch, priest, pimp, mother and daughter who call it home.
’ You bet it does, and we’re the better for it.” Full Review "Mehta beautifully embodies each role…She makes her incredibly controlled performance appear spontaneous and effortless, while fully and crisply embodying the characters…Each story is skillfully crafted and connected, and Mehta gracefully transitions from one character to the other...' Honour' stirs many emotions — alternately fun, sad, touching, comedic, and entertaining — while bringing light to a serious subject matter in modern society: sex trade and the women involved." Full Review See it if you want to see a talented young Indian actress, dancer, singer present the issues of the sex trade in India in an intelligent G rated way.
Don't see it if you go to the theater to be entertained and not to think.
When she switches from English to Hindi and back again, as she often does, you may not even be sure where one ends and the other begins.” Full Review "While by no means does Dipti Mehta’s one-woman show shy away from the more brutal aspects of its story, it also reveals itself to be full of life, humor, and beauty.
This is the show’s great triumph…Mehta effortlessly switches between numerous characters…' Honour' ably juggles tones and styles, combining heartbreaking storytelling with jokes and dance numbers...
FROM THE ARTIST: Award-winning actress Dipti Mehta's new solo-show, HONOUR: Confessions of a Mumbai Courtesan comes to The 20th Annual New York Fringe Festival in August.
The production includes original and live music by the Indian band Rhythm Tolee.
See it if You are interested in the culture surrounding prostitution in India.