Indian Ensemble & Riad Mahmood Foundation bring 2 Plays to Jagriti

GASHA & TREADMILL TREADMILL – 13th, 14th & 15th August at 8:00 PM GASHA – 16th & 17th Aug – 3:00 & 6:30 PM Book your tickets now! http://in.bookmyshow.com/plays/indian-ensemble-presents-treadmill/ET00023079   Advertisements

Gasha – Video

Take a look at a series of photographs of Gasha

Gasha::Jan 7th, 8th & 9th::Ranga Shankara

GASHA  (A play in Hindi) Winner of 3 Mahindra Excellence in Theatre Awards   While everything around seemed headed towards a slow collapse, in a shed on an island in the middle of a lake, two boys built their world. Twenty years later, it is quite another past that stands in their way. Today, two whimsical narrators … Continue reading

Going Solo International Theater Festival from Edinburgh Fringe

Going Solo Theater Festival brings a unique theatrical experience, direct from the world famous Edinburgh Festival Fringe to Bangalore. From 11th to 13th at the MLR convention center Bangalore.

Sandeep speaks a bit about Treadmill…

1) Sandeep, please tell us a bit about the history of the play – Treadmill मैं मुंबई में था और अभिषेक (निर्देशक) बंगलोर में. एक दिन अभिषेक ने फोन कर के मुझे एक हिन्दी नाटक लिखने का आग्रह किया. पहले तो मैंने यह कहते हुए इंकार कर दिया कि ‘ मैं कुछ भी लिख सकता … Continue reading

Treadmill – Are we in a gym?

Treadmill – Are we in a gym? No, we happen to be in a Theatre Company, and here, we could mime a gym just in case we needed one.  In the play, Treadmill is used as a metaphor for life in the city. Over here people actually pay to reach nowhere, sometimes as much as … Continue reading

Treadmill & Gasha || Prithvi Theatre || 3rd, 4th &5th Sept.

Djinns of Eidgah – Citizen Reviews

Djinns of Eidgah, written by Abhishek Majumdar, Produced by Rage Productions, Mumbai, was staged as a part of the Hindu Metroplus Theatre Festival recently. Some of the citizen reviews in the order they were found are here. All of them can be seen on the Hindu website here – Hindu Citizen Reviews for Djinns of Eidgah … Continue reading

Treadmill in Bangalore Mirror

Hitting dead end Treadmill takes a philosophical look — albeit through a funny lens – at the act of travelling constantly endless pursuit of unknown and unnecessary trophies By Nirmala Ravindran http://www.bangaloremirror.com/printarticle.aspx?page=comments&action=add&sectid=31&contentid=2013073020130730220429762dbd8c46&subsite=

Indian Ensemble presents TREADMILL – Aug 6th & 7th

Indian Ensemble  presents  TREADMILL (A play in Hindi) Official selection at the first Festival of Contemporary Indian Theatre in Paris 2013   Treadmill is a journey of exploring personal memories of people in towns of India. Treadmill at its first glance is a comedy in the simplest sense of the word. In its simple manner it looks at the various instances of our … Continue reading