Indian Ink interview

By Natasha Hay In Theatre

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18th June, 2011
In the fickle world of theatre touring, there are few long-haul travellers. The risks are huge, and perseverance and resilience almost impossible to sustain. However, one little local company to have beaten the odds is Indian Ink. It’s a remarkable achievement. For 15 years, this two-man band have produced plays that take traditional forms of mask, story­telling and Indian culture and reinvigorate them with a Kiwi twist. Audiences love them to bits; not just here – they’ve been festival darlings in Edinburgh, Australia and Asia. Now top US agent David ­Lieberman has signed them. It ...

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