By Nanya Agrawal

Director: Sierra Lancaster

Dramaturg: Khalid Y. Long

Synopsis: Three first-generation, South Asian American siblings in their 30s ask their immigrant parents to get a divorce so that they can fulfill their dharma, or cosmic duty: to house their parents during their sunset years. But none of the siblings wants to take both parents for fear that the dysfunctional marriage which informed their formative years will prey upon their adult lives. But, when the request is made, invectives fly, secrets spill forth, and each family member must come to terms with the role s/he sees in the Sahgal family, his/her role as the family sees it, and coping with the divide between the discrete points of view.