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A brew of one's own

Theatre artist Jyoti Dogra talks about the charm of solo performance and what ails Punjab's theatre scene.

Just like life, the mean ing of her play is hidden. Yes, there is a text. But there are also diverse subtexts, making the whole experience enchanting and challenging. The translucent aspects of Jyoti Dogra's popular solo play Notes on Chai are very personal. Each member of the

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