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is a complex work combining three main tales: the turbulent history of twentieth-century India, Pakistan and Bangladesh: the saga of a Muslim family: the story of one man, Saleem Sinai, whose telepathic powers allow him to communicate with other children born at the stroke of midnight on August 15 1947.Performers Zubin Varla (Saleem), Kish Sharma (Zulfikar/Wee Willie Winkie/Mujib), Meneka Das (Amina), Mala Ghedia (Pia/Masha), Anjali Jay (Jamila), Shaheen Khan (Naseem/Lila), Syreeta Kumar (Alia/Parvati), Tania Rodrigues (Emerald), Sirine Saba (Mary Pareira/Rani of Cooch Neheen), Sameena Zehra (Padma), Ravi Aujla (Mian Abdullah/Hanif/Ayooba), Antony Bunsee (Tai/Lifafa Das/Deshmukh), Pushpinder Chani (Joe d'Costa/Shaheed/Thin Man), Kammy Darweish (Nariker/Ghani/Sabarmati/Sonny), Neil D'Souza (Bose/Nadir/Fat Perce/Zia/Najmuddin), Kulvinder Ghir (Aadam/Picture Singh), Alexi Kaye Campbell (Methwold/Zegallo/Priest/Brigadier Dyer), Ranjit Krishnamma (Homi Catrack/Glandy Keith/Farooq), Selva Rasalingam (Shiva), Antony Zaki (Anmed/Fat Man).
Book by Salman Rushdie. Adapted by Simon Reade. Adapted by Tim Supple. Adapted by Salman Rusdie. Producer Royal Shakespeare Company. Producer Colubia University. Producer University of Michigan. Producer University Musical Society. Director Tim Supple. Design Melly Still. Lighting Tina MacHugh. Choreographer Melly Still. Sound John Leonard.
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