A theatrical adaptation of Japanese author Haruki Murakami's short stories balanced structure and spontaniety with equal ease. Haruki Murakami’s works are not the most obvious choice when staging a play.
As Haruki Murakami’s new short story collection, Men Without Women begins to hit bookshelves around the world, I, like many others, expect to be consumed by the familiar yet strange space between dreams and reality.
Mohan Pathak’s biggest strengths are his flair for dialogue and his attention to detail. Unfortunately, these barely come through in the translation and dialogues that might have had a strong impact in Hindi appear stilted.