Miro Gavran's comedy premiered during August in Hyderabad, India

place: Hyderabad, India
organiser: SIFAR Theatre
The Croatian writer Miro Gavran's comedy, My Wife's Husband, was premiered in the SIFAR Theatre's production in the Indian city of Hyderabad on August 19th. The play has been translated into the Hindi language by Feroze Ahmed, and the leading roles will be played by Prakash Phadnis and Feroze Ahmed.

Over past years Gavran has had several successful premieres throughout India, performed in the Maharati, English and Hindi languages, but this will be the first production of one of his plays in the seven-million-strong city of Hyderabad, which is the cultural and political centre of the focal Indian federal state of Andhra Pradesh.

To date, MY WIFE'S HUSBAND has been played in 17 premiere performances in ten countries in cities such as Zagreb, Ljubljana, Cracow, Moscow, Los Angeles, Riga , Preševo, Mumbai, Tirana. . .

Miro Gavran's works have been translated into 35 languages, his plays have had over 200 premieres, and his shows have been seen by more than two million theatre-goers.

The comedy MY WIFE'S HUSBAND tells the story of two husbands who have blissfully lived in marriage with the same woman for five years, without either of them knowing of the existence of the other.

She is a stewardess on a train and her personal life unfolds in two different cities until the day when the husbands uncover the situation, and each of them decides to settle the issue of whose wife she is to be in the future.

(Source: CROWN)

(D.H., 31.08.2012)