Qurrat Ann Kadwani

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Urban Milan: "Qurrat Ann Kadwani does an outstanding job of keeping the audience entertained and interested in all of the characters that have impacted her life. She does an incredible job with accents- from her mother’s Indian accent to her friends’ Puerto Rican accent."

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San Francisco Chronicle: “An ebulliently mercurial Qurrat Ann Kadwani…created a richly varied image of an ancient culture within a single household.”
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San Jose Mercury News: “A pitch-perfect Qurrat Ann Kadwani is an ostensibly serene mother of two. She’s got secrets lurking beneath her uber-matriarch exterior of smiley put-downs and dismissive wrist-flicks, but they’re all kept hush hush until Act 2.”
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India-West: “Rachel is barraged with pointed embarrassing questions by the charming and humorous Chandra, splendidly played by Qurrat Ann Kadwani. The sweet woman turns from delightful charmer to demanding mistress in a natural flash of smiles, charm and shrewish screams of command.”
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Hindustan Times: “The stereotypical family members and milieu are projected to perfection by Qurrat Ann Kadwani as Chandra. The comic dialogues are excellently enacted, delivered and timed by the cast.”

 

Palo Alto Weekly: “Rachel's hosts are especially amusing, particularly the wife, Chandra (Qurrat Ann Kadwani), who almost steals the show…Kadwani, as wife Chandra, has many of the best laugh lines in the show, and knows precisely how to deliver them for maximum humorous effect. She's a fantastic comedienne, but also capable of exposing her vulnerable side as we begin to see Chandra's true desires.”
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Palo Alto Daily News: “Qurrat Ann Kadwani is wonderful as her Indian host, a charming, child-hating, child-loving PhD chemist turned housewife…managing to be simultaneously judgmental and open-minded…”

 

Silicon Valley Metro: “In an exceptional performance, Qurrat Ann Kadwani’s deliciously bright Chandra is as central to the play’s humor of contradictions as Chandra is central to the family hierarchy of children, servant, husband, and mother-in-law. One moment she’s melodically chatting Rachel up, and in a flash she’s snapping out churlish orders to her maid Sunita. You find yourself waiting for her little surprises, like the wicked, surreptitious victory dance she does outside her mother-in-law’s bedroom.”
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Alameda Times-Star: “…His wife, Chandra (the marvelous Qurrat Ann Kadwani)…is a little surprised that Rachel, at her "ripe" age, is not married. The inevitable culture clash emerges in distinct differences toward marriage and family.”

 

MountainView Voice: …His wife, Chandra (Qurrat Ann Kadwani) are played by incredibly comedic actors who manage to get laughs just about every time they open their mouths”
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The Almanac: “But the best performance comes from Qurrat Ann Kadwani as Chandra. Tough, smart, wry, ironic, cynically self-aware, she is a spirited, commanding presence who dominates her scenes.”
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Los Alto Town Crier: “Qurrat Ann Kadwani steals just about every scene she is in as the outspoken wife about to break the dominance of her husband and mother-in-law and return to the professional life she trained for.”

 

Talkinbroadway.com: “Qurrat Ann Kadwani (New York and television actress) is irresistible as Chandra, the highly fluctuating wife of Arustu.”             

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Bay City News: “Qurrat Ann Kadwani as Chandra is a superb comedienne. She tickles the audience…”
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San Francisco Bay Times: “…enchanting Qurrat Ann Kadwani…”
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Oakland Tribune: “(Chandra), the marvelous Qurrat Ann Kadwani…”
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Show Business Weekly: "Qurrat Ann Kadwani and Kathryn Neville Browne play Draupadi and Gandhari, and they do so with all the emotional intensity demanded by the subject matter."
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Bibi Magazine: "Qurrat Ann Kadwani put on a splendid performance…"
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