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.
‘Laugh until your belly hurts and then laugh just a little bit more’ Dramanon’s Comikaze-VII took this as a challenge and succeeded with excellent plays infused with impressive humour.
A boy murders his own father in what comes off as a very straightforward case of homicide. A single juror opposes the obvious verdict drawing the observer into an intense, emotionally charged debate touching upon the prejudices and lives of the American society of the fifties.
An event that showcased not only the fluidity and softness of dance, but the strength and history behind one of India’s oldest art forms.
Taking a look at one of the college’s premier drama troupes presenting a Sunday evening double feature.
“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