Park, written by Manav Kaul, has many layers. On a simplistic level, it is a comedy about three men in a park fighting for their place. There are three benches but not enough. The play touches upon that thing which is at a premium these days – space – literally and metaphorically. What starts off as light-hearted banter evolves into a serious conflict about space, territory, and ownership. These become the main issues. Park can be many things. It can be a metaphor for home. In the course of the conversation – mostly heated and combative – personal and larger politics come to the fore, revealing the fragility of life and emotion.