Following from the series on Dramaturgy, Jagriti now offers you (actor, playwright, audience member, student of literature), a chance to read and discuss a play as a great piece of writing, to read it as it exists on the page rather than experience it on the stage.Find out more »
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The interactions between these characters make for some delightfully awkward and amusing moments. Lying beneath all of this however is the ghost of each of their pasts that surfaces and casts a shadow on their relationships
The play uses a lot of beautiful Origami elements : for a specific reason – Origami lies at the soul of the play. The playwright uses the art of Origami as a metaphor for relationships.
When writer Anand Narayan’s stories start coming alive it’s more than what any writer can hope for. But when the stories take control of reality, one seems to get stuck to them, in them. Add to this – a tear in the space time continuum, mixing up of multiple realities, a few killings, characters jumping out of their stories and running around in circles …..Find out more »
The Penis Monologues
Ever heard a man talk about his deepest, darkest inhibitions on stage? Why are we so biased towards women and their innate controversies? Has the world been blind-folded completely that it overlooks a man’s chapter? Why is the man always considered wrong at a divorce hearing? Is the man always wrong in a relationship? What does an old man at the age of 70 have to share to the world? How did Viagra become a blockbuster drug? How does a woman judge a man’s virtue?