ADA Dramatics released a new online production, an alluring short film, Palace of the Mind which follows the story of a man frozen in time and his struggle to find answers from his past.
“Today, we will delve into the world’s biggest challenge—life.”
ADA’s extraordinarily directed, online production, Zanjeer, explores a young man’s struggle, as he attempts to break society’s shackles.
ADA Dramatics has always been dedicated to theatre and has enthralled all of Manipal by their acting onstage. The MIT Post had an opportunity to interview four of its members before the release of a unique venture of theirs, ADA’s first online production, ‘Daldal’.
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.
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.
Muchos En Uno was a four-play event by ADA that focused on pertinent social issues. ADA tried to get their message across using engaging and humorous plays. The evening’s line-up ranged from satirical sketches on the traditional Indian household to romantic thrillers, while also incorporating a supernatural-themed play with darker undertones to it.
Rashōmon by ADA, in association with Betaal, is a Yakshagana remake of the Japanese classic directed by Akira Kurosawa. The play was beautifully sculpted by ex-MIT student, Abhinav Grover, and was performed as one of several acts under MILAP, Manipal University’s literary and arts festival. Read on to find out more.
ADA’s Yakshagana version of Akira Kurosawa’s classic film ‘Rashomon ’, was a reminder that the definitions of ‘good’ and ‘bad’ are never absolute.
ADA’S Pagla Ghoda ensured the audience of a bold display of stark emotion. A tantalizing play, the stage swiftly changed color. along with the characters, over the course of the hour.
by Shaleen Kalsi | Staff Writer ‘I tell you woman! You’re the devil!’ ADA’s drama night, titled ‘Rubaroo’, kicked off with a brief introduction to the club, spiked with a dash of slapstick, that set the stage for two back-to-back performances. Described as a satire