Audio described in-house
Jamie Lloyd directs the European premiere of this wickedly funny award-winning play from Pulitzer Prize nominee Rajiv Joseph.
It’s 1648. Agra, India. Imperial guards and mates Humayun and Babur keep watch as the final touches are put to the mighty Taj Mahal behind them. The emperor has decreed that no one shall look at the building until it is complete.
Now, as the building nears completion and the first light catches on the pure white domes, the temptation to steal a glance grows stronger. But beauty has a price and Humayun and Babur are about to learn its true cost.
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