‘Spotlight’ by Aaina provided the Manipal audience with an array of short plays, each with a different story and perspective. With four plays in Hindi and four in English, the event kept the audience captivated from beginning to end. Read on to find out more.
A cheering audience started to gather around a group of energetic actors performing a street play on censorship and how even during recent times people can’t speak their minds on pertaining issues. A sensitive topic as such required mastery in scriptwriting which AAINA delivered as always. The audience after an astounding performance started to challenge the ideas of freedom and how an independent India is not completely independent
You know you’re back in college when your day is jam packed from 8 AM to 11 PM and you have a dozen events to participate and attend. Aaina presented its very first program this semester with two back to back plays-‘Bali and Shambu’ and ‘The Outlaws’.
A set of two plays, put on by Aaina Dramatics, explores the flaws inherent in the archaic societal worldview prevalent in India. Witness an account of Aaina’s endeavours to open the audience’s eyes to blatant hypocrisy, using stellar acting and incredible music to tell its tales.
Taking a look at one of the college’s premier drama troupes presenting a Sunday evening double feature.
“The horror, the horror…” Marlon Brando in ‘Apocalypse Now’ (1979) The Land of Kashmir – Paradise on Earth, or abyss? The land, where thousands of western as well as Indian tourists go looking for beauty and serenity, is paradoxically famous for its instability and terrorism, caught
“Lights, Camera, Ac… Thank you for your patience. The play will begin shortly. Aaina Dramatics kicked off a new semester with a double feature titled, ‘Crossroads’. The AC Seminar hall was packed with anticipation as some of the college’s premier entertainers took stage. The lights
Mortimer: Aunt Abby, how can I believe you? There are twelve men buried down in the cellar and you admit you poisoned them. Abby: Yes I did. But don’t think I’d stoop to telling a lie. In a world where insanity is the norm, the