WESTON, MA—India Association of Greater Boston, a non-profit community organization known as IAGB, is ready to stage on Saturday a Hindi play: “Sach…Aur Sach Ke Siwa.” The play is based on Agatha Christie’s famous novel Witness for Prosecution, and is written, directed and produced by Avinash Padhye.
This will be the first time in its 50-plus-years of history, IAGB is hosting a play. Funds raised from the play will be used for charitable causes, especially to fight hunger. The play will be staged on April 30 at Regis College in Weston, MA.
Aditi Taylor, one of the main actresses of the play and a partner at the global consulting firm Deloitte’s Life Sciences Advisory practice, talks about the play and program details in an exclusive video interview with INDIA New England News.
In addition to play, Taylor talks about her own journey in theater and how she has been hooked to acting since she was four year old. At Deloitte, she helps her clients understand the multiple dimensions and risks of varying customer interactions and engagement models, including healthcare professionals, payers and patients, in an effort to build efficient risk-based, sustainable compliance programs.
Padhye translated the original play into Hindi. The play was first staged last year by Leherein group. The key performers in the play include Padhye, Aditi Taylor, Abhi Kanade, Ashish Panke, Suhas Marathe, Santosh Late, Hirkani Padhye, Anagha Singh and Deven Atnoor.
For more information, visit IAGB website: www.IAGB.org .