Class Type: Theatre

Tu Mera Hero

Tu Mera Hero is a satire that uses humour to address some of the truths of our modern relationships that we don’t like to acknowledge. A reality that affects us all at a very intimate level. This interactive Theatre Event breaks the fourth wall and brings the audience into the story telling process. The audience …

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Fireweavers Kitchen

Fireweavers Theatre Group is one of Pune’s most active Theatre and Filmmaking group. They have done over 50 Theatre Plays, Streetplays, Clowning Shows, Improv Comedy and Short Films. Watch four short plays from their “Kitchen”. Face Value (English), Chandan and Chandu (Hindi), Khooni Samosa(Hindi) and Purushottam (Hindi). Know More.

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 will focus on the human condition of the characters involved …

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Parting With Words

Don’t miss this fabulous show, ‘Parting with Words’. These are Hindi and English poems that speak for, with, and about, death. Woven together are well-known classical poems, irreverent pieces, new and unknown poems, and dialogues on grief, impermanence, loss, the joyous, the strange, and the funny, encounters with death. Know More

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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