Chuski Natak Ki is an event conducted by 'Theater on Your own' group.
Theatre On Your Own which plans to read all classic plays in a dramatic manner, discuss the work of the renowned playwrights. Figure out the craft used in the great plays. It all happens over a chuski of tea and some snacks.
**All our shows are half priced for students.
Please bring your student id and a govt id to reimburse at the box office **
"The target audience for the event is everyone who appreciates theatre and literature and everyone who like us gets inspired by a good piece of art.
We give dedicated time to rehearse and plan the event. We target at least 1 event per month and make sure people who are part of the event go home with some artistic inspiration. It's all for the love of plays.
We are revisiting Mohan Rakesh's Aadhe Adhure this time incorporating dramatic reading and shadow performance together. We would love to play with the minds of the audience by using the form as the storytelling will be engaging and challenging at the same time."
Doing theatre following all the right processes was the first thought that holds the roots of the group which was formed in the early months of 2015. Founded by Sarbajeet Das, this groups core team consists of a mix of experienced and a bunch of new enthusiastic people who are always ready to explore new ways of bringing this art to todays critics.
As a group, we are very sure what we have to deliver every time we take up a project and we brainstorm a lot to make it different than what is already there, we love to play with our audiences mind. We love to make an original piece of art, but always get inspired by classic literature.
We have opened up the doors for all enthusiastic people who love to follow their passion in theatre and we do not judge them based on their experience. If someone is sincere this group will always help that person to grow and be self-sufficient in theatre. We don't encourage working for free and love our cast and crew to the core. Profit or loss we pay our cast and crew because without them we are nothing and their work needs respect.
We are very careful in our approach and are here to stay in the race of good theatre makers. We support all pieces of good art and have not set any boundaries for creativity for ourselves, not in terms of language or any form of art.
We are here to take our passion to the next level and make it a profession good enough to earn not only bread and butter but some luxurious meals too.
Savitri is a middle-aged working woman dissatisfied with her circumstances. There are many factors for this upsurge. Savitri, who is educated enough, takes up a job and becomes the financial controller of the household. The job brings her into contact with men who are dynamic, smart and rich. She starts finding faults with her unemployed husband Mahendra who in the state of extreme depression fails to gratify even the biological urge of his wife. Savitri's attitude towards her husband also had adverse effect on her children. They too started ignoring their father and treated him as a useless item of furniture which somehow cannot be thrown out. The play continues to oscillate between Mahendra and Savitri. The playwright Mohan Rakesh has attempted to describe and dramatize the socio-economic situation of a middle class family which is caught in the web of financial setbacks which render the head of the family almost incapacitated to do anything. In the beginning we do sympathize with Savitri, the way she works hard to manage the family, but latter half of the play reveals the other side of Savitri and our sympathies change, Savitri falls in our estimation. She seeks to fulfill herself in relationships outside marriage, only to realize that men are the same beneath different faces.