One of the first plays of Bharat Rang Mahotsav was “Dopehri”, a play read by Pankaj Kapur. Almost all theatre lovers of Delhi had swarmed the spacious Kamani Auditorium, some with tickets, and many more looking for tickets. Given the demand for this play, Bharat Rang Mahotsav arranged an additional show that afternoon. Read on for our experience.
Plaza suite a multilingual play in three acts. It is about a certain suite in a posh hotel and the incidents there. Entertaining and most suitable for weekend watch.
From two couples against each other to two wives verses two husbands to mixed couples against each other to each to his own… phew… “God of Carnage” was a roller coaster ride full of fun and confusion.
Jalbala Vaidya plays the narrator and other characters – Dasarath, Kaikeyi, Rama etc. in Akshara Theatre’s “The Ramayan” scripted and directed by Gopal Sharman, this is neither the typical story of Ram nor is the neighborhood Ramlila, Overall Praiseworthy!
Is sex the new foreplay, to find something meaningful? Ashwin Gidwani and Saurabh Shukla’s “2 to Tango 3 to Jive” touches the raw nerve of everyone who is on a look out to find that “something missing” in their marriage.
Pammi, the protagonist, is confused about what he wants from life. Given the twist of events, he gets to see what people in his life think about him and he gets a new perspective. Albeit a little late.
Revisiting the epics – An attempt to recreate the thrill of the Indian mythological stories, in a dance narrative that captured the essence of the mythological lores with thought provoking twists
What’s wrong with Anupam Kher? Pushing the audience to clap for him was not what we ever expected from an artist like him. “Kuch bhi ho sakta hai” was probably the most boring soliloquy / stand up comedy act we have seen lately.