AGNI VARSHA : A PLAY BY ADA DRAMATICS

In a kingdom that has been ravaged by drought for years, a fire sacrifice is being carried out at the palace. But Lord Indra, the custodian of rains, isn't appeased. ‘Agni Varsha’, a tale from the epic Mahabharata, is based on the play ‘The fire and the rain’ by one of India's foremost playwrights, Girish... Continue Reading →

Taj Mahal Ka Tender- A Play by Aaina Dramatics

What would happen if the Mughal Emperor, Shah Jahan had to rule modern-day India? Would the rumour of chopped arms still perpetuate or would the Taj Mahal even have been built? Aaina Dramatics’ main production for this semester brings to you a satirical take on the socio-political issue of widespread corruption, a concern which has... Continue Reading →

A Look Back : 3 & Half Outsiders

If you said that the stand-up comedy scenario in Manipal was beginning to run a bit stale, we’d be forced to agree with you. 3 & Half Outsiders by Comedy Club Manipal, held on 25th January is a testament to the fact that stand-up wasn’t made for everyone. It started out pleasantly enough, as Harman... Continue Reading →

And Then There Were None: The Play Review

Mystery has been considered one of the most daunting of theatrical genres to pull off; even more when you are staging a production of the world’s best-selling mystery till date – ‘And Then There Were None’, by the queen of mystery herself, Agatha Christie. Now, not many would dare to put up an Agatha Christie... Continue Reading →

Completely Comical: The Abhishek Upmanyu Edition

For a campus filled with aspiring stand-up comedians, it’s no surprise that renowned comedian Abhishek Upmanyu’s show Thoda Saaf Bol was an absolute stunner. Hailing from Delhi, the young comedian is known for his quick-witted humour aside from his punch-filled one liners, and rapper-like deliverance. Amassing over 380k followers on YouTube, the jovial and fun-loving... Continue Reading →

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