About two years ago, actor and dancer Padma Damodaran stumbled upon Yasmina Reza’s The Unexpected Man in a collection of plays she’d purchased. She was familiar with the French playwright’s body of work, having read and watched her productions Art and God of Carnage, but it was The Unexpected Man that captivated her.

“Sadiya Siddiqui and I were forming our own production company, Red Earth Stories, and we were considering plays to work with. This one really spoke to me,” says Damodaran, who has directed and acted in the play.

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