Author: Shivani Raina

Ashok Ki Chinta by Dr. Vinaye Goodary

The Play & Director’s Note The journey for Ashok Ki Chinta started when I was thinking about my new Hindi play for 2017. Iasked Dr. Vinaye to write something for me. He showed me...

Aparichit

The Play A man and a woman meet in a waiting room of a deserted railway station. Is it real? Director’s note The relationships between human beings always push me to explore them. They...

Under Construction

The Play Three men wake up in the morning and slowly head in one direction – towards the kettle – the magic key for the new day. They press the button and wait, cups...

It’s me, Edith Piaf by Nina Mazur

The Play It’s me, Edith Piaf is a monodrama performance in German or Russian (both are possible) with songs of Edith Piaf’s repertoire in original language. When alive, she was called ‘The Soul of...

Lavani

The Form It is said that the word Lavani is derived from the wordlavanya which means beauty. Lavani is a genre of music popular inMaharashtra. It is a combination of traditional song and dance,...

Syaah Hashiyon ki Roshni by Kaj Himmelstrup

The Play Syaah Hashiyon ki Roshni revolves around three people who are caught in an isolated place situated near the merging borders of two regions which may have a common ethnic background. The dialects...

Soutan by Balwant Gargi

The Play The play is about one of the many incidents that have happened in the life of Balwant Gargi. Soutan deals with the incestuous relationship between a mother, a son and a daughter,...

Shri 420 by Molière

The Play Shri 420 is an Indian adaptation of Molière’s masterful 17th century French comedy Tartuffe. It was adapted into Hindi by Atul Tiwari and performed for Australian audiences in 2017. The plot revolves...