|NOMINEE - 2015 2 Lucille Lortel Awards including Best Revival of a Play|
Flora Crewe, an unconventional, young English poet living in India in 1930, is having her portrait painted by local artist Nairad Das and writing letters home to her sister Nell. Intermittent scenes, which are set in England in 1980, focus on Nell as she sorts through the cherished letters to aid Flora's would be biographer, Eldon Pike. Within this context, Indian Ink weaves a captivating, whimsical love story that underscores aspects of relationships between cultures and between the sexes that are indelible.
"A celebration of the power of art and an elegy for its secrets." - London Sunday Times
"Moving and intelligent." - Guardian
"Charming." - Financial Times
"An evening of wry, romantic melancholia." - Evening Standard
"A moving and entertaining evening; funny, sad, and touchingly gently." - Sunday Mail
"This sad, funny play is a wonderfully affectionate remembrance of things past." - Daily Telegraph