Theatre Plays

Delhi, Here’s Five of the Best Plays Happening In Your City

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Written by Mansi Gupta

Theatre buffs in Delhi, you have all the reasons to cheer up this weekend! Some amazing plays – new ones and classics, have come to your city. Whether you want to have a laugh or be amazed by a drama or mesmerized by a love story, theatre has got you covered. If you haven’t got a chance to check out the plays happening near you, here we give you five must-watch plays staging in Delhi over this weekend!

1. Swan Song Catch this musical drama about Belle de Nuit, who will take us through her childhood and narrate how many men have fallen for her in the past and the first time she actually fell so deep in love that she gave her heart away. Along with a dazzling pianist and two fabulous dancers, this musical play is one of the best theatrical events happening in Delhi this Saturday! The play is scheduled at Akshara Theatre.

2. Asmita Theatre Presents Ek Mamooli Aadmi Directed by Arvind Gaur and presented by Asmita Theatre group, Ek Mamooli Aadmi is the story of an urban middle-class man, which we all would relate to. The play traces the story of Ishwar Chand Awasthi who is on his deathbed and introspecting as to how he could have lived his life differently. The play is scheduled at India Habitat Centre this Saturday and Sunday!

3. Three Hilarious Comedies of Anton Chekhov in Hindi by Vikas Bahari Catch three hilarious stories by the famous Russian writer Anton Chekov in Hindi at Alliance Francaise this Saturday. The play is presented by Prism Theatre, one of the foremost theatre groups of Delhi.

4. God Ki Delivery A social satire by the Films and Theatre Society, God Ki Delivery is a Hindi comedy play about the challenges and hardships women from villages face while giving birth. This comic drama is scheduled to be staged at Shri Ram Centre this Saturday!

5. Maharathi Maharathi is based on the life of Karna from the epic mythology Mahabharata. The play is presented from Karna’s point of view, the identity crises he faced when abandoned by his mother at birth, and the dilemma he was in when he was asked to chose between Kaurvas and Pandvas. The play is presented by Prism Theatre and will be staged at Shri Ram Centre this Sunday.

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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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