Miracle on Matunga Street is the story of a family matriarch Tulsa Harry Peter who happily runs her soup kitchen and tends to the family heirloom, a 20-foot shrine of the blessed mother Velankanni Amma, which adjoins the house. This beacon of faith was commemorated on the day in 1947 when the blessed mother materialised in her father’s barbershop. When the play opens, a family meeting is in progress. Daughter Nisha divulges her plan to finally “go public” with the family miracle by creating a one-woman play about the secret of the Velankanni Amma statue. But during the course of the meeting, the entire family’s faith is shaken to the very core when a deathbed confession causes the family legend to unravel. The play delivers a solid message on faith, the lack of it, why we believe what we believe and how we can, or must, adjust to life’s surprises.
Adaptation in Hindi by Ila Arun
Based on Tom Dudzik’s English play Miracle on South Division Street
Directed by K. K. Raina
Cast: Ila Arun, Rajshri Ponnappa, Prackriti Bhaargava & Ruturaj Shinde
An Antardhwani Production
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