What’s On At Prithvi Theatre In Mumbai This December
‘The Unexpected Man’
Written by French playwright Yasmina Reza, translated by Christopher Hampton, and directed by Padma Damodaran, this English play is about inside a prepare compartment a novelist and his co-passenger are en path to Frankfurt from Paris. They air their ideas in monologues, hesitating to talk to one another until the top.
When: Tuesday, December three at 9pm and Wednesday, December four at 6pm and 9pm.
‘Naha Le Re Bhai’
In this Hindi play written by Santosh Tiwari and directed by Piyush Chitransh, a lady needs to divorce her husband as a result of he refuses to have a shower. The couple will get caught in an never-ending authorized process.
When: Thursday, December 5 at 7pm and 9pm.
In writer-director Makarand Deshpande’s Pitaji Please, (pictured above) Sanju introduces his Muslim girlfriend to his father as Swati, a Hindu. He fears his conservative father will disapprove of him relationship a lady from one other neighborhood. Read our evaluate here.
When: Friday, December 6 at 6pm and 9pm.
Epic Gadbad is a Hindi comedy, written and directed by Makarand Deshpande wherein a lady plans her excellent marriage ceremony. However, plans have a means of going awry.
When: Saturday, December 7 at 6pm and 9pm.
Writer-Director Makarand Deshpande’s newest Hindi work Ram is the story of a tramp who claims he can converse with Ram. This makes Ram bhakts fairly offended. Read our evaluate here.
When: Sunday, December Eight at 5pm and 8pm.
The Symphony Orchestra of India performs Vivaldi, Bach, and Hadyn.
When: Monday, December 9 at 8pm.
Ira Khan directs this English model of Euripedes’ traditional Greek tragedy. Enraged that her husband Jason cheated on her, Medea avenges herself by killing their two kids and his lover.
When: Tuesday, December 10 at 8.30pm, Wednesday, December 11 at 6.30pm and eight.30pm, Thursday, December 12 at 6.30pm and eight.30pm.
‘Khajoor Mein Atakaa’
A person tries to flee a mob and stumbles upon a scheme to cheat a lawyer on this Hindi drama directed by Hanif Patni and written by Jairoop Jeevan.
When: Friday, December 13 at 9pm, Saturday, December 14 at 6pm and 9pm, Sunday, December 15 at 5pm and 8pm.
This version of Udayswar options flautist Pravin Godhkindi.
When: Sunday, December 15 at 7.30am.
Watch this Hindustani play to know if a household combating organised faith will flip in direction of or away from it when confronted with adversity. WRITER, DIRECTOR, LANGUAGE? MENTION THAT THIS IS THESPO PLAY. LINK TO OUR THESPO POST.
When: Tuesday, December 17 at 6pm and 9pm.
Writer-director Amrith Jayan’s silent play Baksa is impressed by Wolfgang Kohler’s ebook, The Mentality of Apes. The play explores the patterns of obedience and questions the restrictions of compliance.
When: Wednesday, December 18 at 6pm and 9pm.
‘Sane Ani Company’
Sane Ani Company is a Marathi play written by Jaywardhan Khot and directed by Devendra Charankar. Set within the twentieth century, at a time the sangeet natak was being changed by practical drama, the play hinges on a theatre group that faces flak for being rebellious. The play is part of Thespo.
When: Thursday, December 19 at 6pm and 9pm.
‘Agni Aur Barkha’
Writer Girish Karnad’s Agni Aur Barkha is a Hindi adaptation of his Kannada play Agni Mattu Male. Set in a drought-stricken space, this multi-layered narrative of lust, love, energy, and vengeance. Read our evaluate here.
When: Friday, December 20 at 6pm and 9pm.
‘Story of Space’
Writer and co-director Saurabh Nayyar’s Story of Space is a science fiction play in English and Hindi. It is about in a time when the earth has been polluted and kids are despatched to the moon for schooling. A father-son duo is en path to the moon when the daddy falls right into a black gap and lands into his previous. His son follows however finds himself in his future.
When: Saturday, December 21 at 11am and 3pm.
Hungarian playwright Fritz Karinthy’s Refund is customized in Hindi and directed by Avneesh Mishra. It is the story of a distraught middle-aged man who blames his college for his failures.
When: Saturday, December 21 at 9pm.
‘Hanumanji Aa Rahe Hai’
Written by Makarand Deshpande and directed by Amogh Phadke, Hanumanji Aa Rahe Hai is and English and Hindi play set in Mumbai. It is the story of a child who’s irate over the destruction of unlawful hutments by the municipal authority. He hopes that Hanuman, the monkey god from a temple close by helps them out, seems, the temple is prohibited too.
When: Sunday, December 22 at 11am and 3pm.
Written by Saurabh Nayyar and directed by Ghanshyam Lalsa, this English and Hindi drama follows a ten-year-old youngster who likes poetry and sometimes finds it tough to regulate to a brand new setting each time his father will get transferred. It helps to have a secret buddy by his aspect.
When: Tuesday, December 24 at 11am and 3pm.
Written by Adhir Bhat and directed by Akarsh Khurana, Dhumrapaan is a Hindi comedy set within the smoking zone of an workplace the place individuals focus on workplace politics, value determinations and relationships.
When: Tuesday, December 24 at 7pm and 9pm.
‘Jungle Book 2 – The Beasts Attack’
Writer and co-director Lokesh Rai’s Jungle Book 2 – The Beasts Attack is a kids’s musical in English and Hindi. Mowgli grows up and returns to human civilisation. However, the teachings he realized within the wilderness are put to check.
When: Wednesday, December 25 at 11am and 3pm.
‘Bade Miyan Deewane’
Bade Miyan Deewane is written and co-directed by Imran Rasheed that follows a wealthy eccentric 80-year-old man used to lavish life. He falls for a younger lady who can also be his son’s love curiosity.
When: Wednesday, December 25 at 8.30pm.
‘Ganpati Bappa Morya’
Writer-director Chitransh Pawar’s play Ganpati Bappa Morya in English and Hindi is a kids’s play that delves into the notion of god.
When: Thursday, December 26 at 11am and 3pm.
‘Haye… Mar Dala Re’
Written and directed by Chitransh Pawar, this play in Hindi is an uncommon love story.
When: Thursday, December 26 at 7pm and 9pm.
Written by Javed Siddiqui and directed by Salim Arif, The Hindi play Hum Safar is a poignant story of a damaged relationship.
When: Friday, December 27 at 9pm.
Salim Arif’s Directs Carlo Collodi’s beloved kids’s story of the puppet Pinocchio.
When: Friday, December 27 at 11am and 3pm.
Written by Javed Siddiqui and directed by Salim Arif, Gudamba is a monologue by Amina wherein she narrates the story of her life, ranging from age 18 when she was married right into a conservative Muslim household. This tender, humorous, solo-act explores the lady’s perspective on the alternatives she made.
When: Friday, December 27 at 6pm.
‘What Planet Are You On’
Based on French psychiatrist Pierre Pichot’s work, director Akarsh Khurana’s English drama What Planet Are You On hinges on Homi, a child tackling Attention Deficiency Disorder.
When: Saturday, December 28 at 11am, 3pm, and 7pm.
In this English and Hindi kids’s play written and directed by Trishla Patel, a bunch of children takes a area journey to a forest, which is dwelling to a tribe. During their go to, the children should save a tribal boy, who has vanished, the forest and an endangered wolf.
When: Sunday, December 29 at 11am and 3pm.
Written by American writer and playwright Joseph Heller, Catch 22 is a satire on World War II. It follows Captain John Yossarian, a US bombardier pilot and his group as they fulfil their duties whereas struggling to remain sane. This English play is directed by Trishla Patel.
When: Sunday, December 29 at 7pm and 9.30pm.
Writer-director Om Katare’s Hindi kids’s play Magic If follows Chulbul, a gadget-savvy teenager. He’s lazy on the subject of research and hopes for miracles to rescue him.
When: Tuesday, December 31 at 11am and 3pm.
‘Jeene Bhi Do Yaaro’
Jeene Bhi Do Yaaro is a Hindi drama written and directed by Om Katare. It dwells on a household wherein a father thinks his children are as much as no good. They, alternatively, really feel their dad is just too out-dated to grasp them.
When: Tuesday, December 31 at 8pm.
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