Meet Karl. He’s been unfaithful to his wife and just when he was going to come clean, she goes and dies. So we find him, bereft and broken, guilty and gutless, and then his dead wife’s ghost comes along and says, “Look for me!” And so off he goes, driving from Germany to goodness-knows-where, in search of goodness-knows-what. Join him on his quest as he meets some very colourful characters who all… seem to know things about him – and his wife – that they shouldn’t. It’s one hell of a drive. A journey. A trip.Find out more »
He has performed at over 700 shows at premier venues in India. He performs regularly for corporate clients across India. He has performed for some of the biggest names in corporate India, including Vodafone, Nokia, LinkedIn, Ernst & Young, HDFC, DLF, Unitech, Kingfisher, ITC amongst a host of others.Find out more »
Thurs, Feb 5 – 8 pm 60 minutes NO LATECOMERS Suitable for ages 8 & above Bringing Folk Tales Alive On Stage. Piah Dance Company is showcasing their 2nd annual dance production Bhoomi-Salt of the earth on 5th February, 2015 at Jagriti Theatre, Ramgondanahalli. After the huge success of their first production Bandhani , which was performed to a full house at the same venue, they are all set to bring the magic of Gujarat & Rajasthani Folk to Bengaluru.…Find out more »
Partition by Ira Hauptman is a play inspired by the extraordinary partnership between two brilliant mathematicians, GH Hardy and Srinivasa Ramanujan. It explores the human side of a mathematical duet. The playwright introduces a ghost, a goddess and a friend to tell this tale of two minds that sing in numbers. Praised globally for its witty and empathetic presentation, Partition comes back to Bangalore after a gap of more than 10 years to celebrate the Birth Anniversary of S. Ramanujan on 22nd December.Find out more »
Synopsis:Two sisters are at loggerheads with each other and then there is their mother; two women who are exceptionally close, until a third woman comes into their lives; three friends who work for the same firm all with the same ambition; three kindergarten girls and three ladies in a retirement home, all waiting to perform in a concert. Three actors play five roles ranging in age from 5 to 90 years in age in a play that alternates and interweaves five life stories. Often funny, often sad, often recognisable as your own life story, whether you are a man or a woman.Find out more »
Red is a play by American writer John Logan about artist Mark Rothko first produced by the Donmar Warehouse, London in December 2009.
The original production was directed by Michael Grandage and performed by Alfred Molina as Rothko and Eddie Redmayne as his fictional assistant Ken.The production, with its two leads, transferred to Broadway at the John Golden Theater for a limited engagement which began on March 11, 2010 and closed on June 27. It was the 2010 Tony Award winner for Best Play. Additionally, Redmayne won a 2010 Tony Award for Best Performance by a Featured Actor in a Play.
Dr UR Ananthamurthy (1932-2014), who died recently, was a leading literary figure and a public intellectual, recognised as such all over India and abroad. This novel, his third, is set in the time and environment that influenced him deeply in his adolescence: the politically-active Shimoga district, where his Brahmin identity was subjected to great challenges by Marxist and socialist thoughts; and his involvement in the farmers’ protest (Kagodu Satyagraha) soon after Independence.Find out more »
MARRY GO ROUND – by Sadiqa Peerbhoy. This is a hilarious comedy about arranged marriages, multi-cultural identities and the generation gap. It is set in Hyderabad, but will find relevance anywhere in India.Find out more »