Three young ‘chaddi buddies’ embark on an exhilarating adventure to give their beloved fourth friend a fitting farewell. Their noble aim takes them on a chaotic, emotional and often comic journey.
This powerful story of loss, hope and the meaning of friendship is depicted through an action-packed production which sees four actors play multiple roles.
With the colloquial Mumbai speak, the spontaneous exuberance of teenage-hood and the colors of India, this ‘coming of age’ rollercoaster ride will have an appeal to a cross-section of people – audiences who are into either new age stories or nostalgia, will both be satisfied.
Rage’s journey started in 1992 with ‘Are There Tigers in the Congo?’ a powerful play on AIDS. From there on out, RAGE’s journey through Indian theatre has been an eventful one. RAGE has produced some of India’s most memorable productions - I’m not Bajirao, which ran for over a hundred shows and Class of ’84, which has completed over 200 performances, to name a few.