Posts Tagged ‘Gaurav Gopalan’

Constellation Theatre’s Aquatic Metamorphoses Runs Deep

The black-box theater at Source is not an obvious place to build a pool. First of all, it's small—a perfect space for intimate audiences and shows that focus on content but eschew spectacle. In that sense, the venue doesn't quite lends itself to Constellation Theatre Company's staging of Metamorphoses.  Based primarily on Ovid's poem, Mary Zimmerman's [...]

The Final Days of Gaurav Gopalan

This article, from this week's print edition, expands and updates a blog post from last week.
The email came just a few weeks ago. The header said “A Huge Favor.” For Gaurav Gopalan, Heather Haney would probably have done two. She was that fond of him. Many, many people were.
They had met in the spring of [...]

Gaurav Gopalan’s Death Ruled a Homicide

The death of Gaurav Gopalan, a Washington aerospace engineer and theatermaker, has been ruled a homicide by the D.C. medical examiner.
Gopalan, who was found unconscious near his Columbia Heights home in the early hours of Sept. 10, died after suffering sub-arachnoid hemorrhage—bleeding in the space between the brain and the thin tissues that cover it—"due [...]

A D.C. Theatermaker’s Shockingly Sudden Exit

The e-mail came just a few weeks ago. The header said "A Huge Favor." For Gaurav Gopalan, Heather Haney would probably have done two. She was that fond of him. Many people were.
They had met in the spring of 2006, soon after Gopalan left a voicemail asking if Haney wanted to try out for [...]

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