For theatre lovers, the wait for this weekend is going to be tougher! There are so many great plays lined up in the coming few days that you will definitely find it difficult to take your pick. Comedy, Drama, Thriller or Musical, each genre of theatre is up on display this weekend. To make it easier for you, we have hand-picked five of the best plays happening in you city . Here you go:

1. 2 Shades of Life There are two stories in this play; one is The Beautiful World of Lies and the second one is called Baano. The first story is about 6 Indian thieves in Antigua who steal an expensive painting, but by the time they reach their hideout, the painting is missing. And then starts the game of blames and lies. Baano is about an aged prostitute who is trying to revive her old charm with her customers. The 2 Shades of Life is scheduled to be staged at Alliance Francaise on July 15th.

2. Phenomenal Maya – Celebrating Maya Angelou An English Musical play, Phenomenal Maya is the story and the struggle of the iconic American poetess, Maya Angelou who, in spite of being a black woman in America, is hailed as one of the foremost American poets. Throughout the play, some of her memorable poems will be brought to life. Don't miss this amazing play at Akshara theatre on Saturday, 15th July.

3. A Private Affair A hilarious comedy, A Private Affair is a highly acclaimed play. It features some of the prominent actors of the country; including Niti Phool, Manish Singh, Sahir Dagar, Gaurang Mohan and Jaskitran Chopra. It's a situational-cum-verbal comedy play, which is close to it's 100th show in the Country. Catch this laugh riot at on Sunday 16th of July at Shri Ram Centre.

4. Bali Again a comedy play, Bali explores the violence embedded in individuals under the guise of religion. Written by Girish Karnad, this is the story and conflict of a Jain couple and their Hindu mother. It's a powerful play about our past and contemporary times. It is scheduled to be staged at L.T.G. auditorium this Sunday.

5. Yeh Jo Mohabbat Hai Based on Sharad Joshi's humorous, witty and funny essays, Yeh Jo Mahabbat Hai celebrates first love. It's a tribute to one of the greatest humorists and satirists of Hindi Literature, Sharad Joshi, on his 85th birth anniversary. Catch this hilarious comedy at Alliance Francaise this Sunday evening.

Written By: Mansi Gupta | Post Date: 10 July 2017



Redirecting you...

You will soon be redirected to our partners's site.
(In case your browser is blocking pop-ups, click here.)