"A witty, cross-cultural script... particularly charming in its presentation of a contemporary Indian family, its exoticism viewed with real affection and presented with real romance... A lovely fairy-tale story." —New York Times
"Kuruvilla is the continent's hot new playwright." —Globe and Mail
Confined to her home in India, seventeen-year-old Tina, a paraplegic, draws patterns on the ground with rice flour as she awaits an arranged marriage to a man she has never met..
When Tina's cousin Tommy arrives on a visit from Canada, the two form a bond and open each other’s eyes to a wider world—with life-changing consequences. Penetrating to the heart of the immigrant experience, this award-winning drama explores universal themes of love, loss, and the nature of identity.