ADA Dramatics did not fail to impress as they stunned the audience with their spin on the famous story ‘The Hound of The Baskervilles’. Through a creative promotional mime and excellent acting, the play kept the audience wanting more.
Aaj ka Bharat, Aap ka Bharat, a street-play by ADA Dramatics performed by their newly recruited members, impressed with its sharp commentary on society and news culture in modern times. The riveting performances of the actors, along with a dose of humour and satire, made for a genuinely gripping performance.
On 6th April, ADA Dramatics organised a light-hearted comedy play, The Great Raja Master Drama Company, at Fortune Inn which entertained the audience and left them in splits.
ADA Dramatics’ annual production, Error 404: Love & Laughter Not Found, consisting of an English and a Hindi play, dealt with the absence of love in the lives of the characters in the play. The plays explored the search for happiness and love and how it could make one lose sight of reality.
6th of September, a day that would go down in history as the day that freedom to love was declared a fundamental right in India, was celebrated by the members of Ada dramatics through ‘Chakravyuh’, a street play they performed in TMA Pai Hall as well as the Student Plaza of MIT. The play centred around the themes of social issues that we face today and compared them to incidents from our mythological epics to take inspiration from them.
Animesh Garg, a third-year student from the School of Communication, is a genius in filmmaking with works shown at the Cannes Film Festival at such a young age. ADA Dramatics in association with MILAP gave a platform for all the enthusiasts to interact with the man himself.