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Yoga Play

Yoga Play by Dipika Guha

Bay Area Premiere

March 12 to April 20, 2019

Tickets: from $40

Estimated run time: 2 hrs. plus one intermission

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  • Audience (102 Reviews): 4.57
4.6

Yoga Play

By Dipika Guha

Directed by Bill English

TOP RATING! “Comic nirvana … an uncommon comic electricity.” – San Francisco Chronicle

“Materialism abounds in funny Yoga Play” – San Francisco Examiner

PLAY DETAILS

At the top of their game, yoga apparel giant Jojomon is hit with a terrible scandal that sends them into freefall. Desperate to recover their earnings and reputation, newly hired CEO Joan stakes everything on an unlikely plan. Yoga Play is a journey towards enlightenment in a world determined to sell it.

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Yoga Play Behind the Scenes

Photos by Jessica Palopoli. *Member of Actors’ Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers.

THE CREATIVE TEAM

ABOUT THE PLAYWRIGHT

Dipika Guha

Dipika Guha was born in Calcutta & raised in South India, Russia and the United Kingdom. Her plays include Yoga Play (South Coast Rep, Moxie Theatre & SF Playhouse), The Art of Gaman (Theatre 503 London, Relentless Award semifinalist) and Unreliable (Upcoming: Kansas City Rep). Recent works includes Azaan, a play for for Oregon Symphony Orchestra, In Braunau for Playwrights Horizons Theatre School, contributions to You Across From Me (Humana, Actors Theatre of Louisville) and Elizabeth for the McCarter Theatre’s Princeton and Slavery Project. Dipika’s current commissions include South Coast Rep, Manhattan Theatre Club/Sloan, Barrington Stage and Oregon Shakespeare Festival. She was a Hodder Fellow at the Lewis Center for the Arts at Princeton University, the inaugural Shakespeare’s Sister Playwriting Fellow with the Lark Play Development Center, A Room of Her Own and Hedgebrook and is a current Venturous Fellow for her play Passing. Dipika earned her undergraduate degree at University College London, a Frank Knox Fellowship from Harvard University and an M.F.A from the Yale School of Drama under Paula Vogel. For television she’s written for American Gods, Paradise Lost, Sneaky Pete and is currently writing for Rainy Day People at AMC.

 

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