‘Kultar’s Mime’ Explores Sikh Massacre Of 1984

kultarsmime2“Kultar’s Mime,” a play that explores the horrors of two pogroms in world history, is set to be presented from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Oct. 12 at Rutgers University’s Cook Student sCenter, 59 Biel Rd. in New Brunswick.

The play is being produced by the Bridgewater-based Sikh Research Institute.

The play “is an immersive theater experience that uses the 1903 Kishinev Pogrom that targeted Jews as a point of departure

to tell the stories of Sikh children in 1984 Delhi Massacre,” according to a press release. “Blending poetry, art and music, it tells a story of human suffering and courage, reminding us that in the end all innocent victims are the same, regardless how they worship and what tongues they speak.”

For more information, visit the Institute’s Web site at http://sikhri.org/km1984/.

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