Theatre - Adulte

Run for your wife

Run for your wife, the World's longest running and the funniest comedy ever written. This British farce written by Ray Cooney has been adapted for the Indian Audience. Set in the South Delhi, it is the story of taxi driver 'Sabby Gill', who has been getting away with having two wives in different homes relying heavily upon a very precise schedule which he adheres to religiously.

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The Park

There are several layers to 'The Park'. On a simplistic level it is a comedy about three men in a park fighting for their place; there are three benches but not enough. The play touches upon that thing which is at a premium these days – space – literally and metaphorically. What starts of as light hearted banter evolves into a serious conflict about space, territory and ownership.

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Madbeth

Behroopiya Entertainers in assocation with Theatreact present Madbeth. One man, One throne, One crown, One hilariously tragic experience. Amidst thunder and lightening, three witches meet with Beth and Banquo, from there on Beth tries his best to live up to all the prophesies with his imaginary friend Banquo. Together they narrate this murderous tale sincerely.

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A Tale of Two Treaties

Come laugh along with this crazy cast of Commedia Dell'Arte characters, and watch as one actor brings ten masks to life in one extraordinary, hilarious piece: Pantalone's lust for money and Dottore's desire for vengeance is threatening the love between their two children. With their nutty servants Pulcinella and Arlecchino, Pantalone's sex-starved wife Senora,

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Dulari Dhamaal

''Dulari Dhamaal'' revolves around Dulari Bai, the last eligible maiden of a village. Immersed in orthodox traditions, she is symbolized by her pair of ancestral shoes. Dulari, played by Shruti Ulfat, is a powerhouse of adaa. Gorgeous but miserly, innocent but suspicious, virtuous but brash, her vibrant arrogance is a cause of trouble and confusion.

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The Guest List

'The Guest List' If marriage is birth of something new, divorce is puberty. It hits like a shovel. A party with five guests (A Punjabi, A Bengali, A Parsi, A Tamil-Punabi and an eccentric nut case), who are unaware of each other's invitations are invited to Delhi's posh restaurant, 'Dawat-e-Khas' by the mysteriously missing host Vermas, only to face-off in this season's rib-tickling

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Let's Talk About Sex

Sex! Something that is Intriguing, natural and necessary. Something that is the basis for all of us existing. Something that's normal when we do it, but is abnormal when we speak about it. Everyone has an opinion on it, but no ones wants to talk about it. Let's talk about sex.

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