Class Type: Theatre

Death of An Anti-National

Watch a solo that raises questions about identity and nationalism by actor Aishwarya Walvekar. The theatrical piece relies on audio-visual aids, lights and music to enunciate the thoughts and musings of the writer performer. The play will touch upon concepts like anti-nationalism, India as a mother, and also takes a feminist approach on patriotism. Talks …

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The MadBai

Get ready for a comic treat with The MadBai. An archetype character created by Niki Ray. The MadBai is someone who finds herself caught between changing cultures, changing times and the challenges thereof. Yet, she manages to boldly survive, be empowered, and be happy and constructive. MadBai talks about things that no one else wants …

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Albert Fugard’s

Inspired by a true story during the time of apartheid in South Africa, The Island is a play by Athol Fugard. The two protagonists of the play, John and Winston, are prisoners; one has recently successfully appealed his sentence and is soon to be released, the other who is going to stay in prison for …

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Tughlaq

The Drama Queens, present – Girish Karnad’s ‘Tughlaq’. A play written in 1964 as an allegory to the prevailing political conditions which finds resonances across time, to our present day. Renaming cities, demonetization, political homicides, tyrannical rulers…this play has it all and more. The reading however, focuses on the human condition of the characters involved …

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Solo Act + Musical

Deepak Morris; playwright, stage director, stage actor, singer, author and teacher, who has been on stage for almost 50 years, will tread the boards again on September 14 to regale the audience with a completely unscripted performance. With over 30 plays and 300 songs written for audiences in India and abroad, including the USA, UK …

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Theatre Matters (An Interactive Evening with Dr Ajay Joshi) 29.06.2019

We are happy to invite you for an interactive session with Dr. Ajay Joshi who has recently returned back to India after completing his Fulbright Fellowship. Dr Joshi is a practicing Dentist, with a PhD in Theatre Criticism, and Masters in Journalism and Mass Communication. He has freelanced with major Indian and International newspapers, magazines …

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Ghosts 15.06.2019

Ghosts is a story of a woman whose life is determined by the norms of patriarchy. She has had an unhappy marriage with a philanderer with a mental illness. She has been compelled to manage the household and the business as well as make decision for everything and everyone, even her son. After great sacrifices, …

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Secrets of Acting

Dates: Two days a week starting Thursday, 18th April Saturdays: 1:30 pm to 4:00 pm Sunday : 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm Live Performance: June 22 Learn what takes an actor from being good to being great. Learn secrets of the greatest actors that make them icons, Learn the secrets of mime and a lot …

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