Shakespeare’s play “The Merchant of Venice” is perhaps one of his most read works. Dramatech staged this all English play at LTG Auditorium and this was directed by Renu S. Chopra. The performance was decent and given the lawlessness that we frequently encounter around us, the play had an instant connect with the audience. This rendition of “The Merchant of Venice” was an apt weekend watch.
A forgettable play that attempts to ride solely on the physical appeal of Kashmira Shah. Audience deserves better and we would not recommend this play even if the tickets are distributed free of cost.
This Cineplay by Mahesh Dattani was an average experience. The comedy was lackluster, acting amateurish and the script had very little freshness to offer. Not engaging enough for an hour and fifteen minutes duration.
“Still and still moving” explores relationship between two men. An author in his 40s and a young college going guy. Along with these two characters Delhi-Gurgaon metro also plays an integral and somewhat comic role in the play.
The play depicts the life of Gandhari-The queen with a blindfold and mother of Kauravas, the villains in epic Mahabharata. Presented through Kathak on Guitar, this performance sets the tone for META 2015 (Mahindra Excellence in Theatre Awards) and we look forward to some great lineup of plays this year.
Man vs. machine / US vs. the world – An NSD student production “Civilisation on trial” deals with such sensitive issues in an abstract but comic and entertaining way.
LE CHANTS DE I’ UMAI is an abstract performance that combines chants, music and dance with technology. The audience were spellbound after the show.