Kala ghoda Art Festival 2015

Theatre

“All the world's a stage.”
- William Shakespeare

Theatre - a gregarious form that combines arts, dance, music, literature to create masterpieces that fire away the imagination of the audience.  At the Kala Ghoda Arts Festival watch all kinds of theatre…. tragedy, comic humor. Veterans and amateur directors put together plays across many genres and in more than 20 languages.

Performances will be held at Horniman Circle Gardens, M C Ghia Hall, NGMA Auditorium and Gallery Beyond and David Sasson Library Garden

Our thematic for the 2015 festival is ‘'RANG-BOLI'

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Note: All Programs are subject to change.

Adrushya Nagaritlya Katha - Invisible City

7:15 pm at Horniman Circlepa

Company: Mitee Chaar

Marathi

Duration: 55 mins.

The play is an anthology of five different stories written by Italo Calvino, who called them 'reccontini', meaning little stories. These stories gradually capture the soul of the spectators giving them the experience of reading the stories.

Nanimaa

6:30 pm at MC Ghia Halla

Comapany: Utopia Communications

Language: Gujarati

Duration: 1hr 50 mins

A focus on a complex relationship between a 70 year old grandmother and a 28 year old grandson. They have disparate views on everything except the love for farming. Amidst a drought, they sow the seeds of smiles to reap a love of a lifetime.

Popcorn with Parsai

7:00 pm at NGMA

Company: Ideas Unlimited

Language: Hindi

Duration: 1 hr 30 mins

Famous for blunt & pinching style of writing; this play will showcase Harishankar Parsai's whole hearted works, his moralist ways, his whoopee cushions & cynicisms, and of course his fantabulous fantasies on stage. 

Dramatized Reading of Short stories of O'Henry and PG Wodehouse

6:00 pm at Gallery Beyond

Company: Two Plus Productions

Language: English

Duration: 1 hr

An interesting mix of Short stories by the master of wit and humour P.G. Wodehouse and one of the finest wordsmiths, O' Henry. Two fascinating but diabolically opposite sensibilities will magically transport the audiences in the times of Jeeves and Billy Burgess.