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Kalaa Utsavam: Murderers confess their crimes in play inspired by 1960s radio series, Arts News & Top Stories

Kalaa Utsavam: Murderers confess their crimes in play inspired by 1960s radio series, Arts News & Top Stories

SINGAPORE – A cult leader. A man who hears voices in his head. A woman who watches people starve in a dungeon.

These are some of the murderous characters at the heart of Grace Kalaiselvi’s Marma Medai – Theerppu (The Judgement), a new play inspired by characters from a 1960s Tamil radio series by M.K. Narayanan.

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