This play written in 1900, and set amidst the background of the common man’s revolt against Tsarist Russia, has been adapted to an Indian milieu by the director of this play, Ashok Pandey. Considering the political climate in our country today, this adaptation seems completely relevant.
“India, the Musical”, is an energetic and exhilarating musical dance drama that engages the audience in an immersive way by thrusting the performers into the auditorium, as many a time dancers come into the auditorium to perform.
This play has the two lead actors, Rajit Kapur and Ajeet Singh Palawat effortlessly morphing into twelve different characters! Directed by the award winning and very talented Mohit Takalkar, Mosambi Narangi is the Hindi translation of the play “Stones in His Pocket”, by Irish playwright Marie Jones.
This superb nine member band played a blend of many exciting musical sounds. It was a fabulous evening with samba, soul & pop and rich coastal sounds from Africa, mixed with exquisite western instrumentation and a touch of East African beats.
Sigh! not much ACTION! in Bandra these days! This dry spell has extended way too long. Now, we feel the real weight of the s…