Guards at the Taj
Playwright: Rajiv Joseph
A flourishing empire, an architectural marvel, one of the cruelest acts in (perhaps fabricated) history, intense drama, and at the centre of it all... a weird bromance?
Adele Noronha and Andeep Kalirai star in playwright Rajiv Joseph’s sharply written story of two Imperial Guards who stand on duty at the famed Taj Mahal in India in 1648.
“Joseph writes sly, funny dialogue laced with jolts of lyricism, and the initial exchanges between the two guards are highly captivating, even if some of the play’s verbal detours are more bewitching than enlightening.” —Hollywood Reporter
Weird / Intense / Poetic / Multicultural 14+ / Coarse Language / Violent Content / 90 minutes
This show is created by an underrepresented Artist.
Directed and Performed by South Asian Artists