Concluding their share of theatre for the year, AAINA recently hosted two plays in the short span of a week—’Chacha Chaubey Ke Chashme Se’, a street play depicting the social evils that plague our country, and ‘In The Name Of Blood’ a crime drama inspired by the Capones. The enthralling performances of the actors and brilliant scripts of both the plays thoroughly delighted the audience.
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.
One of Revels’ most participated events, this year Dramebaaz brought to the stage a large number of budding actors showcasing their theatrical and dramatic skills. Ranging from street plays to mono-acting, as well as mime performances, Dramebaaz covered nearly every realm of theatre—tackling serious issues while also keeping the spirit of comedy
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.
Aaina Dramatics’ electrifying street play featured an impish Narad Muni, stressed-out college students, and of course, the villainous media. Read on to find out more about ‘Media Par Var-Aaj Ka Samachar’.