Bhopal is a play by Canadian playwright Rahul Varma about the Bhopal disaster.
Cover of published play
|Written by||Rahul Varma|
|Characters||Dr. Sonya Labonté|
Minister Jaganlal Bhandari
|Original language||English with some French and Hindi|
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It was produced by Cahoots Theatre Projects in 2003 at the Theatre Centre in Toronto, directed by Guillermo Verdecchia. The set consisted of a wall of dirty rags and sand on the floor.
It was translated into French in 2005 by translator Paul Lefebvre and performed at Theatre Periscope in Quebec City and in Montreal at the Espace Libre. Directed by Philippe Soldevilla. Eight actors performed all the rolls with doubling and with added dance. The set was made up of wooden blocks moved into different configurations.
Bhopal was published in 2004 by Playwrights Canada Press.
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