Mumbai’s theatre scene is buzzing at the moment. Recently, theatre enthusiasts and followers experienced a fine showcase of creativity at the 13-day Prithvi Theatre Festival.
Soon, they’ll be exposed to more plays by young talent at the upcoming Centrestage Festival at National Centre for the Performing Arts. To ensure that the momentum doesn’t slow down, head to watch the staging of Chaar Small, a collection of short stories strung together to make one enthralling production.
The play includes Purva Naresh’s Do Deewaney, Sanjay Dadhich’s Daddu Tiwari and Trishla Patel’s Lash-ting Impressions and Ghar Ghar, all centered on the myriad shades of Mumbai.
If theatre is your muse, and you like the many shades of your city, hitch on to this 100-minute trip that explores changing attitudes, intimate relationships, vulnerable characters topped with dollops of emotion, along the way.
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