#SingIndiaSing (Friday, 1st March – Sunday, 3rd March)
After a successful run of shows last year, #SingIndiaSing returns to Mumbai. Last time around it mesmerised audiences with its technical marvels and got the country singing its tunes. India’s first original stage musical directed by Nadir Khan is back!
2020: WALK FOR THE FUTURE (Saturday, 2nd March)
A thousand artists come together to engage in a ‘participatory performance parade’ organised nation-wide by Artists Unite. The Mumbai leg of the event will see participants walking in groups from Dadar to Bandra performing socially charged theatre. Broadly, they are protesting against the spread of ‘violence’ & ‘hate’. They will also broach the subject of ‘censorship in performance’ that stems from these broad issues.
You can join them!
ILA (Saturday, 2nd March & Sunday, 3rd March)
After shocking audiences with ‘Gentleman’s Club AKA Tape’, Patchwork Ensemble returns with yet another gender bender. Ila is a devised piece that stimulates the mind with the idea of the ‘in between’ in its most playful manner. The directors Sheena Khalid and Puja Sarup help us discover the story of an ancient myth in our busy modern world.
BEST OF ALYQUE (Tuesday, 5th March)
Last year India mourned to the loss of one their greatest advertising and theatre personalities. In this regard, Raell Padamsee’s ACE will be hosting a tribute show for the legend. This show, which is happening at the Royal Opera House, will consist of the best of Alyque’s plays and musicals.
LIHAF (Tuesday, 5th March & Wednesday, 6th March)
Thespo returns to Prithvi Theatre with Ismat Chugtai’s controversial short story Lihaaf. This play is an ensemble piece that is performed by Karthavya Anthawal Sharma, Radhika Chopra and Rohit Mehra with Keith Sequeira accompanying them with music.
The Banana Spill
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