Among the most significant body of work in recent New Zealand theatre, Krishnan's Dairy, The Candlestickmaker, and The Pickle King form a loose trilogy connected by theme and theatrical style that explores three eternal questions: Will I find love? How can I find happiness? What is worth preserving? Western theatrical traditions fuse with Indian flavors in the telling of three stories that affect people of all cultures.
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