Letter from the King – by Sudipta Bhawmik

Setting: San Francisco 1916
Synopsis:

During Rabindranath Tagore’s visit to San Francisco in 1916, media reports claim that there was an attempt by Indian nationalists to assassinate him. Fortunately the plan did not succeed and the poet was provided with high level security by the local administration. It was further reported that the primary cause for [...]

The Last Flames – by Sudipta Bhawmik

Setting: New York City, 1948

Synopsis:
Basanta Koomar Roy, an expatriate journalist from India, has been credited by Tagore researchers as a key person (besides W. B Yeats and Ezra Pound) responsible for popularizing Rabindranath Tagore in USA. But Roy fell from his idol’s grace for reasons that torment many a biographer and journalist even today. [...]

Taconic Parkway – by Sudipta Bhawmik

Setting: A million dollar home in New York ; Current
Synopsis: Manasij, a veteran Bengali screen actor is visiting USA with a theater group to stage some shows in multiple cities. During his first stop in New York, he is hosted by Dipak and Sharika at their multi-million dollar mansion in upstate New York. The enthusiastic [...]

The Return – by Sudipta Bhawmik

Synopsis: Set in a suburb of the great city of Calcutta in India during the late seventies and early eighties, ā The Returnā   deals with the eternal struggle which every immigrant in USA has to go through in order to balance between the strong attachment to their home land and the economic and social [...]

The Redemption – by Sudipta Bhawmik

Synopsis: This play is about a person named Subimal who, once an active Maoist communist, had to flee his own country and come to America in search of a new life. Although Subimal did find a new life for himself, his past always haunted him, a past which he had always kept a deep secret. [...]

Ron – by Sudipta Bhawmik

Synopsis: The play is about the continuous fight that each one of us has to go through for our physical and emotional survival, especially for those of us who are the first generation immigrants to USA. The wars we fight are not always just and fair but we still need to fight them anyway.
Ron (Ronobir) [...]