‘The Journey’ is taken from the various plays that ‘thespian en’ has performed during their 25 years and has been performed in Coonoor, Chennai, Coimbatore and Bangalore.
Macbeth’s turmoil while plotting the assassination of King Duncan, the insecurity and guilt that burdens him thereafter, the angst and complexes he suffers in Shakespeare’s Macbeth.
The underworld Don who fixed cricket matches and his involvement in the betting, racket explains the course and history of rigging games and the evolution of betting through the times in Chetan Shah’s
A swindler hoaxes the French national newspaper and all the French press in general posing as the defected Soviet Interior Minister during the fag end of the cold war in Jean Paul Sartre’s Nekrassov.
Shreekumar Varma’s FIVE portrays the Kingmaker at the highest echelons of power - the Indian parliament, his insecurity on being sidelined, his re-entry into politics and his vision for a massive change to the nation.
Kean by Jean Paul Sartre is about the travails of the greatest actor of the late 1600s and early 1700s Edmund Kean. Why is he, or all actors of his era are not accepted by the society as equals despite being adored by all?
Why he cannot really love the woman he loves? His own views on what acting is.
The slum’s strong and violent, but a just leader - the dadha Arjun wants to mend his ways and live a non-violent life. But will the others around him accept the change and let him escape the image that he’s created of himself in their eyes. Or will his past imprison him in Timeri Murari’s Hey, Hero!
Albert Camus’ perception on the psyche of the infamous Roman Emperor Caligula in the play of the same title - Caligula who always places logic over human values and so reduces all human dignity. Despite his knowledge of the plot against his life prefers to challenge the conspirator General Cherea to a logical debate and encourages to go ahead with the assassination plot.