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Friday, August 7, 2009
Studio Theatre
235 Queens Quay West
Saturday, August 8, 2009
Studio Theatre
235 Queens Quay West

While it focuses on the production of historically-themed plays and movies, the organization also hosts seminars and discussions. Their primary objective is to celebrate and explore South Asian culture, particularly in relationship to the Canadian mainstream. They are committed to creating awareness of the disastrous effect of drugs and violence on their youth and to explore issues that arise from generation gaps and family challenges.

The latest production, RSVP, is a comic overview of Punjabis seeking Canadian immigration at any cost. The story is set in a small town in Punjab, India but has a direct correlation with Canada and Canadians. RSVP, written by Pali Bhupinder Singh and directed by Sarabjeet Arora and Hareet Aujla, is a 90-minute production with four characters.