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TALES FROM THE TUNNEL
. . . Farah Bala has a standout moment of her own as an Indian immigrant who experiences a racist assault in Brooklyn.
. . . Farah Bala is particularly moving . . . whose story causes her to question her racial difference . . . gives a greater deal of substance to the piece as a whole.
Farah Bala . . . memorable as a lady who lunches, now forced by the recession to travel underground. . .
Best of all though, is Farah Bala, playing a Kentucky Fried Chicken Phone Operator outsourced in India, whose wacky character definitely deserves a one-woman show of her own.
Among the generally fine acting I thought Sorab Wadia and Farah Bala stood out by discovering an inherently human humor in the darkest moments and in so doing adding a nuance that somehow made the proceedings both more bearable and more awful.
One can’t say enough… nor Farah Bala’s icy lava flow of schemes and flashes of impatience as his wife. Cold and measured, a quiet tyrant, she and Swinnerton create enough electricity in their shared scenes to power Soho. Pounding the floor, slithering, kneeling, grasping, they dance a dance of grotesque ambition
The exemplary ensemble included Farah Bala as an alluringly aloof Lady Macbeth.
TO THE DEATH OF MY OWN FAMILY – INDIA TOUR
... Farah Bala went beyond herself giving an immensely powerful and poignantly evocative performance
Nobody’s spared in a war. A story that needs to be told...
A heart-wrenching performance that exposes racial prejudice...
...Farah Bala gripped us from the word go, with a superb play by David Meth
The script was tight and well conceived...come alive with a consummate actor in Farah Bala who could perform the multiple roles like a trained Kudiyattam dancer... an astounding performance!
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