Past Performances


Paul & Priya's Wedding

Teaser Video: http://youtube.com/watch?v=7aw2_VSeaSI





30 Dates
Written by Fenulla Jiwani
Directed by Christina Collins
Highlights Video: http://vimeo.com/6478782









Written by Fenulla Jiwani
Directed by Erynn Brook



Written by Fenulla Jiwani
Directed by Rosanna Saracino


PLAY SYNOPSIS
Written by seasoned artist Fenulla Jiwani and directed by acclaimed director Rosanna Saracino, FenStar Productions will presents its third theatrical production, "30 Dates," to premiere at the Dancemakers Centre for Creation (in the Historic Distillery District) June 2008. In this hilarious and heartwarming story, we see frontline and center the inner dating world of Priti who is on a quest to find her "one true love." She is hitting 35, her parents want her married and her biological clock is ticking louder than ever. In desperate measures to avoid an arranged marriage and her fear of being alone, Priti is on a dating race to find the best suitable husband. Who said that finding true love was easy?

Featuring: Gabriel Grey, Fenulla Jiwani, Shafik Kamani, Husein Madhavji, Danya Nearon,
Patrick Whalen & Richard Young





The Source
Written by Fenulla Jiwani & Salima Bhimani



The Aga Khan Arts and Culture Portfolio of Ontario is proud to present The Source.

PLAY SYNOPSIS
THE SOURCE is a play that speaks about the power of coming through human struggle. Through the characters we are brought into the inner and outer evolution that takes place in oneself as one, moves through life and considers where they have been, where they are and where they are going. This is a story of two characters, whose struggles are only a point of departure for the most, deepest, sincere, challenging and joyful self transformations. As a Ugandan and Afghan, the two characters chart their lives in ways that leave the audience moved, laughing, contemplative and empathetic. This is a play about real life, in which we can all see ourselves and see the possibilities for things we have not imagined before. This play is multidisciplinary incorporating puppets, masks, poetry, music, dance and drama! The puppets and masked character exist parallel to the stories of the two main characters and provide insight and elaboration in imaginative, exciting and very provocative ways.





Bollywood Bonanza
Written by Fenulla Jiwani

Company: Meeta Bajaj, Parveen Bakshi, Aparita Bhandari, Jamal Hosein, Fenulla Jiwani, Louie Katsis, Kashif Khan, Juliet Ladines, Wendy Lee, Sanjay Moorjani, Amish Patel, Tanya Pillay, Upinder Raisauda,
Gita Ramchandani & Lopa Sarkar


A play filled with Bollywood dance, music, and drama:

In a world she thinks she knows, with a dream she must pursue, Canadian born Rama is determined to become the next female Bollywood Superstar. She meets a yogi, is overwhelmed by street beggars, and is seduced by a film executive. She mingles with models, the movers and shakers, and lands her first role in a movie. On the way to fulfill her childhood dream, she becomes entangled with a Mumbai mogul and must come to terms with the demands of fame. Bollywood! Many dream of it. Few starry-eyed hopefuls actually make it. All who try must answer - how far do you go to get to the top?



TORONTO FRINGE THEATRE FESTIVAL
The Robert Gill Theatre
214 College Street, 3rd Fl., (St. George St. Entrance)

Wednesday July 5 6:30 PM
Friday July 7 3:30 PM
Saturday July 8 10:30 PM
Monday July 10 6:45 PM
Wednesday July 12 Noon
Friday July 14 5:15 PM
Saturday July 15 10:30 PM


www.fringetoronto.com

Tickets: $10
A portion of the profits will be donated to the SOS Children's Villages of India

General Audience 90 Min


LONDON FRINGE THEATRE FESTIVAL
Wolf Performance Hall, 251 Dundas St.

Friday August 4 7:00 PM
Monday August 7 8:00 PM
Saturday August 12 7:00 PM
Sunday August 13 3:30 PM


www.londonfringe.ca

Tickets: $9

General Audience 90 Min



Light Of India
One Journey. Two Women. Two Very Different Personalities.
Two women travel to India's most secluded yoga retreat in order to find meaning in their lives after a tragic loss. Their chance meeting creates a whirlwind of laughter, drama, and storytelling that takes us all on a journey of hope.



Where: When: Tickets:
Montreal Fringe Festival
London Fringe Festival
Hamilton
Toronto
June 11-19
July 29- August 7
September 16-17, December 11
September 21-25, 28-30, Oct 1
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The final show for the set Light of India tour was held on Sunday December 11th
in Hamilton at the Downtown Cultural Center.
Click here for information about the "Light of India" closing show.


Playwrights: Fenulla Jiwani & Angel Morgan
Cast: Fenulla Jiwani & Dawn Sadler
Theatrical Consultant: Darlene Spencer
Multidisciplinary show incorporating mask, music, dance & drama

 

$1.00 of each ticket sale was donated to the following charities:

Montreal
London
Hamilton
Toronto



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