Up & Coming - Plays Schedule


Tuesday, 2nd March
Prithvi Theatre – 9pm : EQUUS
The play tells the story of a psychiatrist, who attempts to treat a young man who has a pathological religious and sexual fascination with horses. In the process he is forced to take a look at his own life and his duty to society as a psychiatrist.

Wednesday, 3rd March

Prithvi Theatre – 9pm : EQUUS

A Jester Presentation.

Written by Peter Shaffer. Directed by Daniel DSouza.

With Eamonn Ennis, Daniel Dsouza, Nakul Jayadevan, Rebecca Spurgeon, Vikrant Dhote, Mansi Multani, Jason Menezes, Gautmik and Nishtha Bhargava.


Thursday, 4th March

Prithvi Theatre – 9pm : AAALL IZZ WELL WITH SHUTURMURGH

A palace… a king… a queen… their honourable ministers… many soldiers…..and a common man…. common man? Who is he? What is his existence?


Friday, 5th March

Prithvi Theatre – 9pm : AAALL IZZ WELL WITH SHUTURMURGH

An IPTA Presentation.


Saturday, 6th March

Prithvi Theatre – 6 & 9pm : AAALL IZZ WELL WITH SHUTURMURGH

The play gives us an opportunity to laugh at our own tragedies.

NGMA - 6:30pm : KHATIJABAI OF KARMALI TERRACE
One Woman Performance by Jayati Bhatia. Directed by Q.

Sunday, 7th March
Prithvi Theatre – 6 & 9pm : AAALL IZZ WELL WITH SHUTURMURGH

Directed by Ramesh Talwar.

St. Andrews Auditorium - 7:45pm : BROKEN IMAGES
With Shabana Azmi.


Tuesday, 9th March
Prithvi Theatre – 6 & 9pm : CHUGADDHAM SYM-PHONY
2 criminals & a prostitute on the run are stranded in the middle of no-where & decide to establish a city as a mecca for lust, liberty & the pursuit of pleasure.

Wednesday, 10th March
Prithvi Theatre – 9pm : CHUGADDHAM SYM-PHONY
A Proscenium Presentation.

Thursday, 11th March
Prithvi Theatre – 9pm : HAMLET
A bunch of Clowns are putting up a show of Hamlet - they sometimes misinterpret the text, sometimes find new meanings in it, sometimes try and understand it, very often make a mess of it.

Friday, 12th March
Prithvi Theatre – 9pm : HAMLET
An Cinematograph Presentation.

Saturday, 13th March
Prithvi Theatre – 6 & 9pm : HAMLET
With Atul Kumar, Rachel D'Souza, Sujay Saple, Neil Bhoopalam, Namit Das and Puja Sarup.


NCPA Experimental - 7pm : UNTITLED
A belated Women's Day tribute, the play is based on a story by Vijayadhan Detha, where the women suprise the men who treat them like objects.

Sunday, 14th March

Prithvi Theatre – 11am : DADAJI KAHEIN

The play brings back a diminishing practice of story telling in ancient and rural India.


NCPA Experimental - 6:30pm : UNTITLED
Directed by Arvind Gaur.


Prithvi Theatre – 6 & 9pm : HAMLET

Directed by Rajat Kapoor.


Tuesday, 16th March

Prithvi Theatre – 8:30pm : ART

A hilarious comedy about a man who buys a modern painting for an absurd amount of money...and its white and white!


Wednesday, 17th March

Prithvi Theatre – 7 & 9pm : KISSA YONI KA

A Poor Box Presentation.


Thursday, 18th March

Prithvi Theatre – 7 & 9pm : THE VAGINA MONOLOGUES

With Mahabanoo Mody-Kotwal, Jayati Bhatia, Dolly Thakore, Sonali Sachdev and Avantika Akerkar.


Friday, 19th March

Prithvi Theatre – 9pm : AAO SAATHI SAPNA DEKHEN

A musical set in the Chandni Chowk area of Old Delhi.


Saturday, 20th March

Prithvi Theatre – 6 & 9pm : AAO SAATHI SAPNA DEKHEN

Directed by Swanand Kirkire.


Rangshardha Auditorium - 7pm : ISHQ NAAM KE GUZRE THE EK BUZURG
Directed by Imran Rasheed.


Sunday, 21st March
Prithvi Theatre – 6 & 9pm : AAO SAATHI SAPNA DEKHEN

An Actor’s Cult Presentation.


Manik Sabhagrah - 7pm : ISHQ NAAM KE GUZRE THE EK BUZURG
With Adhir Bhat, Sanjay Dadhich, Hussain Dalal, Dilshad Edibam, Akarsh Khurana, Tahira Nath, Imran Raheed, Shivani Tanksale and Pawan Uttam.


Tuesday, 23rd March

Prithvi Theatre – 7 & 9:30pm : CLASSIC MILDS

A Collection of short plays written by Anton Chekov, Noel Coward, Harold Pinter, Neil Simon and Tom Stoppard


Wednesday, 24th March

Prithvi Theatre – 7 & 9:30pm : CLASSIC MILDS

Directed by Hussain Dalal, Akarsh Khurana, Siddharth Kumar, Tahira Nath and Hidaayat Sami.

Thursday, 25th March

Prithvi Theatre – 9pm : DREAMS OF TALEEM

A Zero Theatre Presentation.


Friday, 26th March

Prithvi Theatre – 9pm : DREAMS OF TALEEM

A play about theatre, love, passion, longing, acceptance and rejection.


Saturday, 27th March

Prithvi Theatre – 6 & 9pm : DREAMS OF TALEEM

Directed by Sunil Shanbag.



Rangshardha Auditorium - 7pm : ISHQ NAAM KE GUZRE THE EK BUZURG
Directed by Imran Rasheed.



St. Andrews - 7:30pm : ANYTHING BUT LOVE!
A story of a recently divorced couple, perhaps still very much in love.


Sunday, 28th March
Prithvi Theatre – 5 & 8pm : JAAGINE JOUN TO : NARASAINYO
The play is about the life and times of the 15th Century Saint Poet Narsinh Mehta, the Adi Kavi of Gujurati Literature.

Monday, 29th March
18 Anukool - 7:30pm : GREAT TEXT READING
An informal reading of

Tuesday, 30th March
Prithvi Theatre - 6 & 9pm : ISMAT AAPA KE NAAME PART 1
With Naseeruddin Shah, Ratna Pathak Shah and Heeba Shah.

Wednesday, 31st March
Prithvi Theatre - 6 & 9pm : MANTO ISMAT HAZIR HAI
A Motley Presentation.