This September at Indianostrum Théâtre


 

Black Hole

Black Hole is a solo devised piece,  written, directed and performed by Jyoti Dogra

“Black Hole” is made up of three elements – a woman, a white sheet, and the idea of the cosmos. Ideas from Theoretical Physics are intricately woven into subjective ideas of how we experience the world and ourselves.

Date and time of the performance: 6th & 7th September at 7pm

Venue: Indianostrum Théâtre

Donor Passes Available at the venue.

Hello Tension

Produced by Lights off theatre and directed by Siddhanth Sundar, Hello Tension, set in Bangalore, takes a peek into a functional theatre troupe in the middle of a production,

with all its cracks and corners, songs and sonnets, dreams and desires.

Date and time of the performance: 13th, 15th September at 7pm

Venue: Indianostrum Théâtre

Donor Passes available at the venue.

 

The Edge of Heaven

Produced by Lights off theatre and directed by Siddhanth Sundar, The edge of Heaven is a story is set in Iran at a time when around 700 people in a year, were publicly hanged for the crime they committed.

The play has been created in India, at a time when we need to look at forgiveness even more closely, rather than resorting to revenge.

Date and time of the performance: 14th September at 7pm and 15th September at 4pm

Venue: Indianostrum Théâtre

Donor Passes available at the venue.

 

Bad Hindu 

Guduguduppukkari’s Bad Hindu is written, directed and performed by Sunanda Raghunathan. It is a Kattai Koothu play in English.

The title “Bad Hindu” is a nod to the structure of the play and Hindu philosophy of death and rebirth.

Date and time of the performance: 21st September at 7.30pm

Venue: Indianostrum Théâtre

Donor Passes available at the venue.

 

Musical evening with Mantalai

Mantalai is a Bangalore-based duo – Siddhanth Sundar (vocalist) and Arjun Chandran (Guitarist) that performs a style of music that they choose to describe as Electric Folkloric.

Date and time of the performance: 8th September at 7pm

Venue: Indianostrum Théâtre

Donor Passes available at the venue.

 

An evening of Gaana songs 

David Salamon, an actor and Gaana singer from Villupuram has been performing Gaana songs for the past 8 years. He, alongwith his group member has performed on the streets, in temple festivals and in death rituals. It is a lively evening of songs of love, heartbreak and friendship  to the beats of the dholak and parai .

Date and time of the performance: 20th September at 7pm

Venue: Indianostrum Théâtre

Donor Passes available at the venue