Theatre Plays

Best Plays in Bengaluru To Make Your Month More Awesome

Upcoming Gundayana The play in Bengaluru
Written by Archit Chawla

Theatre and Plays aim at facilitating as well as presenting different stories performed by Indian and international artists from a diverse range of genres in the form of orchestral concerts, opera, drama, contemporary dance and jazz music. We have compiled a list of the top plays in the month of June which are surely going to make you dive into the rich feeling of relaxation and drama. These multi-lingual nataks in the city of Bengaluru are the perfect kind of entertainment that will give you something to remember for a very long time if you’re well balanced in your minds. Check these upcoming plays in Bengaluru and have some great evenings away from the worked up life-

Gundayana The play, based on a novel by Kannada humorist, Na.Kasturi, is designed and directed by Joseph, a Ninasam graduate known for his innovative productions. While Na.Kasturi’s language, full of pun and wit, tickles your funny bones, the absurd caricatures he creates keep you grinning and guffawing throughout the play. The ten characters in the play are played by just two actors, Sundar and Laxmi Chandrashekar.
Date: June 20, 2017
Venue: Ranga Shankara, JP Nagar, Bengaluru.

Mallige The man’s world is defined by the three aspects; woman, land, and wealth. However, the woman’s entire world consists of man. Why is the man both the way and the goal? This issue forms the core of the play. In man’s eternal attempts to understand woman, she has remained an unfathomable and curiously mesmerizing question. This play attempts to shed light on the various unseen aspects of the cracks in man-woman relationships. Even this attempt may only be the images formed from the pieces of a broken mirror.
Date: June 21, 2017
Venue: Ranga Shankara, JP Nagar, Bengaluru.

Rumi Aur Manto Rumi Aur Manto bump into each other at a ‘Lit-Fest’ in Bombay, where they have Karan Johar, Chetan Bhagat and Bollywood Sufi for company. They are curious about the world’s newfound love for them, which has made them ‘Pop-Icons’, almost. This play is a comic look at the society which equates information with knowledge and following with reading on social media. Rather, a dramatic reading of the comic-satire which would open soon to the audience as a solo performance. Written and Narrated by Mohit Sharma, this is a must visit for you if you want the best entertainment this weekend.
Date: June 24, 2017
Venue: Atta Galata, Bengaluru.

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Archit Chawla

Coming from the land of temples and Gods, he is no 'saint'. Archit Chawla is a highly motivated, controlling and a narcissistic nut with an inclination towards sports. He loves to spend his time playing tennis, binge-watching DC and Marvel stuff and karaokeing in the places he shouldn't. He is a big time 'Don Draper' fan and you wouldn't want to argue with him when it comes to 'Game Of Thrones'. With a friendly personality and the famous curls, he is unarguably our first 'Go To' person.

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