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BALLE BALLE (English)

Nisha loves Nikhil, who is not just any wedding planner amongst the myriad hollering from the streets of Delhi, but has a respectable wedding App... more details

UNDER THE GYPSY MOON (English)

A passive character of deep curiosity, Srikanta proves to be the canvas for the powerful femininity he encounters. As a child, he idealised... more details

THE FATHER (English)

In Motley's production of the play, led by Naseeruddin Shah, we get glimpses of the inner storms that flash through Andre's mind as he tries to cope... more details

MATHEMAGICIAN (Hindi)

The set design is bare, save for a potent piece of visual imagery. The beautiful hardwood Prithvi floor was covered in white tarp... more details

THE THREE PENNY OPERA (English)

Our times demand that we revisit Brecht- Bertolt Brecht who knew all too well about the State versus the Individual... more details

A DOLLS HOUSE (English)

Pushan Kripalani introduces the play with an electric guitar in hand and with a cheery ease that comes... more details

MOTHER COURAGE & HER CHILDREN (English)

The play is as relevant as it was nearly 80 years ago when it was first staged. Adapted to suit the Indian context... more details

SANGEET BARI (Marathi)

The performance opens with captivating lavani dancers casting a spell in their colourful, bejewelled attire... more details

HEY RAM (Marathi)

Daund without overly dwelling into caste politics, presents a sensitive and meditative insight into the viciousness of caste and its rampant inequity... more details

SEHAR (Hindi)

DREAMZ: SAHER lives up to the ambiguity of its title. This Pankaj Kapur helmed, 55 minutes play is like a whiff of air, suspended in time... more details

MH12J16 (Marathi)

Every playwright worth their salt must have at least once wondered even among the more grudgingly so, if there indeed is a formula... more details

LAST OVER (Hindi)

Belying its title, Coconut Theatre's Hindi comedy LAST OVER, is not all about cricket. Cricket is more of a metaphor... more details

CAN I HELP YOU? (English)

Ananth Mahadevan is Don, the LIC agent, whose claim to fame is selling 101 policies in a year, but that was once upon a time... more details

BAAT NIKLEGI TOH (Hindi)

BAAT NIKLEGI TOH is a play that wants to be a movie. When the story is presented by the eternally rebellious raconteur, Mahesh Bhatt... more details

1-888-DIAL-INDIA (English)

The play might be posing to plead that death and human emotions are sacrosanct but... more details

KAAMIYA (Hindi)

The play makes us aware of the complicated psychological and social boundaries that hold a woman back from taking charge of her own life since... more details

GROWING UP (English)

''Growing up'' isn’t always an easy thing to do - especially for a child at the threshold of adolescence as puberty strikes... more details

EK SHUNYA TEEN (Marathi)

It takes gumption to pick a dark crime novel and hope that your audience will not balk. Adaptation is key to these uncommon endeavours... more details

TALLI TUESDAY (Hindi)

The two hour roller coaster ride journeys through five separate stories bound by the singular human need for companionship and love... more details

GAJAB KAHANI (Hindi)

Once upon a time in 16th century Europe, the elephant was a spectacle-a wonder of sorts, a creature never seen before... more details

THE KAMSHET PROJECT (English)

THE KAMSHET PROJECT, a contemporary dance-theatre performance, initiates interactive contact with the audience... more details

INTERNAL AFFAIRS (English)

Rhea and Sid represent the millennial youth who struggle to define relationships, confounded in their attempts... more details

SHIKHANDI- THE STORY OF THE IN-BETWEENS (English)

The great Indian epic Mahabharata has always lent itself to a variety of interpretations and re-imaginings of the story... more details

LAUGHTER IN THE HOUSE - 2 (Gujarati)

Adi Marzban always kept himself abreast of popular culture and hence his scripts reflected current trends and events... more details


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