After their success from last year, they have decided to push their limits further and explore more to bring true immersive experience
for the audience, where they take you through a sensory experience while touring you through the beautiful space that is handcrafted into a darkroom where every corner will tell you a story.
They invite you to this thrilling journey of exploration of 4 classical stories being unfolded in a unique experiential way in front of you. Where the thrill of uncertainty and unknowing is implicated by the blindfolds. Upon arrival while you are still kept blindfolded you are greeted with characters from story whispering in your ears. It is said a scent can bring back some memories and so they expose you with some scents distinctively from each story. You are also given the power to decide the faith of the characters from the story. Whereas at times they themselves invite you in their stories. They become your friends and share some jokes and stories with you. And finally, they mix so well with you that the line between the actor and the character is blurred and you are transferred to a virtual reality.
All this to only create a unique experience for you where they strive to make it worth every penny for their audience.
So, if you are as ready to experience Dark and Immersive Theatre for stories woeful and the world shuffled upside down for stepping into a postmodernist journey of expressions and reaction then, Rangaai Theatre
Company invites you to The Darkroom 2.0.Stories
1. Durga Poojo (A True Story) - Anonymous
2. Lihaaf (1941) - Ismat Chughtai
3. Kafan (1936) - Munshi Premchand
4. Khol Do (1952) - Saadat Hasan Manto Important
- Guests have to arrive 20 Mins before the show time.
- Seating arrangement is Indian style, so be mentally and physically prepared for it.
- The performance intends to evoke emotions such as fear and also make audiences uncomfortable so as to feel the empathy towards the protagonist.
- Finally the most important rule come with an open mind to enjoy the thrill ride through some classic stories presented with an immersive experience.
Read BMS review of the Darkroom Theatre 2.0 here