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Take Two

In Take Two, a couple discovers that reconciliation can be tricky – especially when a prenup is involved. Those three met only three weeks before the show! Although Smrithi Parameswar and Srikanth Pingali are part of different theatre groups – Chennai Drama House for the former and The Little Theatre for the latter, they had fun getting to know each ... Read More »

A Typist with Destiny

In A Typist with Destiny, two bumbling clerks are in the process of gravely re-writing history. Or is it so? StrayFactory was created in 2010 by 5 friends who create original works as much as possible. To this day, they have written and produced some 16 plays just for the Short + Sweet Festival, in which they truly enjoy taking ... Read More »

Shofu Slaves

Where does comfort lie in a war? Theatre Nisha was formed in the year 2000 in order to tackle scripts and subjects that reflect a sense of social responsibility and adheres to the sensitivity of society. The group is also involved in working with schools, colleges, special schools and corporates to infuse the dynamism of theatre in their working. It ... Read More »

Maya and Lakshmi

A maid and a maidan’s conversation can turn tables Theatre Nisha was formed in the year 2000 in order to tackle scripts and subjects that reflect a sense of social responsibility and adheres to the sensitivity of society. The group is also involved in working with schools, colleges, special schools and corporates to infuse the dynamism of theatre in their ... Read More »

Mr. Politician

Two women. Different motives. One politician. A moment in history. Theatre Nisha was formed in the year 2000 in order to tackle scripts and subjects that reflect a sense of social responsibility and adheres to the sensitivity of society. The group is also involved in working with schools, colleges, special schools and corporates to infuse the dynamism of theatre in ... Read More »

Death of Drona

The play is non-verbal piece which depicts the anguish of Drona, the Kaurava General, on hearing that his only son, Ashwatthama, has been killed in battle by Bheema. Theatre Nisha was formed in the year 2000 in order to tackle scripts and subjects that reflect a sense of social responsibility and adheres to the sensitivity of society. The group is ... Read More »

The Inner Fire

There is a story behind every cup of tea “The Inner Fire” is an original play by Dushyanth Gunashekar, from  Crea-Shakthi, which won last year’s edition of Short + Sweet. Created three years ago, this Chennai based group now counts some 5o members who adhere to one mantra: “No Drama, Just theatre.” Crea-Shakti reaches out to colleges and schools to ... Read More »

ID

A common man. A government official. A public space. A casual act of forgetting. An ordinary errand. A tiny bit of paper and a bit of drama.   Read More »

Waiting for Him

Oh God! Quid pro quo is from their own account a young and vibrant Theatre group on the streets of Chennai, aiming to provide quality theatre with a local flavour to it. Comprised of boys and girls with more or less experience, the group started in May 2012 and has produced some 5 shows so far. They performed two of ... Read More »