Prithvi theatre sets up the week with amazing plays
Prithvi Theatre this week brings in a lot of entertaining and soulful dramas to cherish the Christmas week. As we move ahead to bid adieu year 2018, here's a look at some play you can catch this christmas .
Jannat Central is about a teenage girl - J, who relives her memories through dance. Her friend and room-mate - Nutty, supports her every step of the way; but the arrival of a long lost friend - Bobby, throws her cocooned world into a flux bringing her face to face with her demons. J's struggle to come to terms with reality is a thrilling, psychological journey that eventually unravels the true meaning of 'Jannat'!
DIRECTOR: Trishla Patel, Shashank Vishnu Dutt
WRITER: Trishla Patel
ARTISTS: Shashank Vishnu Dutt, Manali Panchal, Anna Ador, Aastha Deorah, Alesia Raut, Mithun Purandare, Anuj Rampal, Jaya Virlley, Sandip Soparrkar
Venue: Prithvi Theatre Timings: 9pm on 27th December
Guppy Theatre – Maharaja of Mastipur is a show which uses shadow puppetry, projections, masked puppeteers, live actors, and music to tell a delightful tale of a young prince and his pet tiger.
Guppy Theatre travels deep in space and far in time collecting stories. The story today at our puppet theatre is about a very naughty Maharaja from Rajasthan and his Minister of Pranks, Pranky. This Maharaja plays pranks on everyone, much to the annoyance of his mother Rajmata. Now he is expecting very special visitors - the King and Queen of England themselves! What has he got planned for them? But we mustn’t forget that the young Prince and his pet tiger Shera also have their own story to tell and how this fierce beast saves the day!
Cast: Shamshul, Avinash Kumar, Pawan Waghmare, Atul Sinha, Asha, Dhruv Rai, Umesh Kumar, Anurupa Roy, Nitu Kumari, Anand Kumar
Writer & Director: Anurupa Roy
Venue: Prithvi Theatre Timings: 3pm and 7 pm at Prithvi Theatre on 24th December
The Great Raja Master Drama Company
The play is about Raja Master who is a tailor Master by profession. However, Raja Master notices that off-late his tailoring shop is not doing too well and in a flash of inspiration he decides that The Great Raja Master Tailor Company should now become The Great Raja Master Drama Company. What happens on opening night of the first play production by Raja Masters Drama Company is what this play is all about. This comic play is a total musical with many songs using the folk form of Nautanki and brings out the element of play within a play ending with a twisted climax.Writer: Dinesh Bharti
Adapted and Directed by: Avneesh Mishra
Cast: Hemant Pandey, Rana Pratap Sengar, Shashi Bhushan Chaturvedi, Kritika Pande, Shailendra Singh, Vipin Heero, Mridul Ghosh, Anoop Sharma, Pankaj Dixit, Errol Rodrigues, Neelam Gheewala, Roshan Shetty, Nirmala Chandra.
Venue: Prithvi Theatre Timings: 7pm and 9:30pm on 25th December
Adapted from celebrated Hindi authors such as Phanishwarnath Renu, Uday Prakash and Badal Sarkar - the three-story compilation deals with India and the epiphanies of life in different spaces. It is structured as three performances intertwined within each other through the narrative of puppeteers and ‘performers’
Writer: Phanishwarnath Renu, Uday Prakash Sarkar & Badal Sarkar
Adapted by: Pawan Uttam
Director: Trishla Patel
Cast: Aanchal Poddar, Prashant Amlani, Vivaan Parashar, Vikram Singh Sodha, Omkar Ketkar, Fatema Arif, Kalansh Gala, Akash Singh
Venue: Prithvi Theatre Timings: 8pm on 26th December
A historical wedding or a hysterical wedding? Aarti's wish for a fairy tale leads to a lavish debacle through an unpredictable roller coaster ride called Epic Gadbad.
CAST: Sanjay Dadhich, Ninad Limaye, Akanksha Gade, Madhuri Gawali, Bharat More, Ajay Kamble
WRITER & DIRECTOR: Makrand Deshpande /ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: Tushar Ghadigaonkar
MUSIC: Composed by: Rachita Arora /Operated by: Aniket Bhoir
Venue: Prithvi Theatre Timings: 6pm and 9pm on 23ed December