Adapted by Sudha Bhuchar and Kristine Landon-Smith.
Based on the novel by Rohinton Mistry.
Directed by Ahi Karunaharan
A stirring portrayal of human compassion, hope and heroism.
Based on Rohinton Mistry’s celebrated, Man Booker shortlisted novel, A Fine Balance is a story about hope and the extraordinary endurance of the human spirit.
India, 1975. Prime Minister Indira Gandhi declared a state of emergency, 'cleaning up the city' by driving thousands of poor from their homes. Dina, a Parsi widow determined to keep her independence, hires two Hindu tailors and takes on a boarder to make ends meet.
History comes to life in this vibrant and thought-provoking epic where the stories of the voiceless resonate more powerfully than ever.
Presented by: Auckland Theatre Company and Prayas Theatre