8 March, 2019
Jhamela (Friday, 8th March – Saturday, 9th March)
Jhamela is back, and it’s BIG! Theatre doesn’t have to be limited to a single narrative in silent auditoriums. With a range of dance, music, and dramatic performances set in a space that serves burgers & beers against the beautiful Mumbai skyline – this is an experience like none other.
to attend this ‘microfest in motion’.
Chaheta (Saturday, 9th March – Sunday, 10th March)
After the critically acclaimed Mein Huun Yusuf Aur Ye Hai Mera Bhai, Aasakta brings to you Chaheta (The Beloved). Three great religions - Islam, Christianity, and Judaism - share their story of Abraham binding and nearly sacrificing his son. This intense allegorical play explores the psychological scars wrought upon Abraham’s son & questions the sanity and sanctity of people who claim to talk with God.
To catch the Mumbai premier of this play, get
With Birbal It`s Possible - Akbar Birbal Stories (Sunday, 10th March & Sunday, 17th March)
This production takes you back to the grandeur of the Mughal court and introduces the younger generation to Akbar and Birbal’s timeless stories of wit and wisdom - an integral part of our rich heritage. Valuable lessons with a generous dose of humour!
Class of ‘84 (Sunday, 10th March)
One of the longest running Indian – English plays of all time, Class of ’84 is a story of friendship. Despite having taken vastly different paths in their lives after graduating college, this group manages to keep their friendship alive. Now, one of them is dead. Will the friendship survive?
Salaam Noni Appa (Sunday, 10th March & Sunday, 24th March)
Salaam Noni Appa has delighted audiences around the country with its autumn romance that talks about breaking stereotypes and finding adventures at every age. peppered with some witty one-liners & some wonderful performances - it’s a funny, moving, and heart-warming piece.
Dirty Talk (Thursday, 14th March)
A series of comedy sketches that follow life’s most bizarre misadventures. From strange medical clinics to shady audition studios to kinky travel stories – you’re in for a raunchy ride.
If you’re up for something a little bit risqué this coming week,
The Siddhus of Upper Juhu (Saturday, 16th March & Sunday, 24th March)
Quintessentially Bombay. A hilarious comedy that follows an average middle-class couple and their (all too relatable) troubles with ‘getting by’ in the hustle-bustle city.
An Aadyam alumn,continues to resonate with audiences four years from the fact.
Women’s Day Special – Dekh Behen (Sunday, 17th March)
Dekh Behen is a kitschy, light-hearted story of five bridesmaids catching up hours before they are to put up a rehearsed item number at the sangeet function of a big fat Delhi wedding. It’s a bittersweet comedy about daughters, girlfriends, mothers, sisters, wives, and getting through one bloody ‘shaadi ka function’.
With an exclusively female team – cast, crew, & writers – come celebrate women’s day this year by catching this Akvarious production.
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