Theatre Plays

5 Best Plays in the 5 Most Happening Cities

Crazy Mohan play is back
Written by Mansi Gupta

There’s a lot to catch up this weekend. And especially if you are an avid theatre goer, it will be tough for you to decide which play to watch or not, as there are so many amazing plays lined up like never before. No matter whichever city you are there’s a play that awaits you there. To make things little easier, we give you five best plays happening in the five most happening cities of India.Theatre folks, here you go:

1. Chennai
Crazy Mohan is back in the city with one of his most popular and hilarious plays, ‘Return of Crazy Thieves’. This comedy play has completed its 150 shows in just 120 days! Crazily loved by the theatre audience, Crazy Mohan is known to tickle every single funny bone of yours with his distinct comic style. Catch this crazy play at Mylapore Fine Arts Club this Sunday!

2. Delhi
Watch a sensitive yet entertaining play, Final Solutions, this Saturday at Shri Ram Centre. Addressing a very sensitive yet relevant contemporary issue, Communalism, this play tries to probe into the religious bigotry prevalent among the Hindus and Muslim, from the time of partition. Want you will find most amazing about this play is that it handles such an important social issue without getting sentimental or preachy.

3. Mumbai
A very popular play returns to the city this weekend. ‘Can I Help You’ featuring Anant Mahadevan and Darsheel Safari, is an NCPA presentation. It’s an English comedy play about an LIC agent who is desperate to sell his ancestral home in Darjeeling but fails to get a buyer as this place is located near a suicide point. It is scheduled to be staged at St. Andrews Auditorium this Sunday! Do catch this play this time, if you haven’t yet!

4. Bengaluru
Catch ‘A Funny Thing Called Life’ tomorrow at Atta Galata. It’s a vignette of five short stories, bind together with a common thread, i.e. ‘Normal people in strange and uncomfortable situations’. All the five stories have a funny or quirky ending and you will wonder how it came to this.

5. Hyderabad
If a hard-hitting drama interests you, Samahaara’s Court Marshal is for you. It’s a gripping, engrossing and a powerful play which tells the story of an army recruit who is going through a court marshal for killing his senior officer and injuring another. It’s happening at Lamakan this Saturday evening.

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About the author

Mansi Gupta

A passionate reader, an avid traveler, a day dreamer and a “self-proclaimed biggest fan” of Game of Thrones.

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