A Brimful of Asha is a warm, genuine, and very funny two-person play that is a must see! Upon entering the intimate space at the Tarragon Theatre in Toronto, you’re greeted warmly and offered a samosa. You sit close to a very simple set with one table, two chairs, a tea set, and two TV monitors overhead. You have not come to a play, but rather to be a part of a dispute discussion regarding the topic of arranged marriages versus love marriages, and marriage in general. Read full review on Addicted: “A Brimful of Asha: A Hilarious and Intimate Debate on Stage.”
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