Clever and funny as f*uck.
Treya’s Last Dance is a rip-roaring, tear-jerking tale of love, death, and the speed of life.
Treya (played by Shyam Bhatt) openly explores LGBT-related issues, feminism and discrimination in a hilarious and poignant way, within the context of the second generation immigrant experience, where the struggle to preserve cultural identity within the midst of change is real and still ongoing.
Join Treya as she messily navigates her way through bereavement via speed-dating.
It’s hilarious, it’s heartbreaking, it’s here, at the Hollywood Fringe Festival for FOURMOREDATES only.
LA Variety “highly recommends seeing ’Treya’s Last Dance’, a unique one-act play.”
Full review available here: http://lavariety.com/?p=7685
Bitter Lemons commends “material willing to tackle issues of homosexuality, immigration and discrimination” and “Bhatt’s physical and vocal impersonations, as well as a keen knack for comedic timing.”
Full review available here: http://socal.bitter-lemons.com/learn/tags/3867
LA Times: “the one-hour show brought awareness to harsh topics in a humorous way.”
Full review available here: http://highschool.latimes.com/mater-dei-high-school/hollywood-fringe-2015-treyas-last-dance/
Written by actress Shyam Bhatt (Nice 2 Meet U), directed by Tiffany Nichole Greene (The Tragedy at Hood: 14542 – a Hoodsical) and produced by actress Ceri Bethan (Cavemen); Treya’s Last Dance takes the audience on a fast-paced journey through the life, love and cultural struggles of Treya, played by British-born Shyam Bhatt.