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Schedule September 2015 onwards


4th Sep.15  RANG SHANKARA Banglore 7.30 pm

5th Sep.15 RANG SHANKARA Banglore 3.30 pm  and  7.30 pm

6th Sep.15 RANG SHANKARA Banglore 3.30 pm  and  7.30 pm

13th Sep.15 GOA KALA ACADAMY Panaji

20th Sep.15 RANG SHARADA Bandra,Mumbai 7.45 pm

October 2015 Calcutta

white Lily New

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New Begining



Cast :  Milind Phatak Sonali Kulakarni
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. . . . . . . . . . . . Play Synopsis

The electronic revolution must have minimized everything down to a tiny mobile text message. But is this a boon or a curse?
The internet chat service has made it possible for people to literally chat with each other across continents, leave alone cities. Is this good or bad?
Though communication is getting revolutionized, we the humans have lost “Communication” in its true sense. We may “talk” but we hardly “listen”. We may chat thru internet, may speak over phone, may send mails, reminders, wishes but do we really “communicate?” do we really “express?”At any point of time do we sit holding hands compassionately, look into the eyes of each other & express what we really want to communicate?
“White Lily & Night Rider” is the contemporary play - a black comedy - of a man & a woman in their 40’s. They are very close Chat Friends involved even in erotic chat. At one point of time they desperately want to meet each other to transform that virtual reality in to reality and may take the decision of marriage.
But when they meet person to person the showdown begins. Any known system of man – woman relationship is unacceptable to them. Neither can they accept the “Sanskars” of the previous generation, nor can they adjust to the thinking of the new generation! For them marriage as an institution is outdated and live in relationship is unthinkable!!
The play raises innumerable questions and confusions about the fundamentals of the relationship & companionship. Does this confusion end with self realization? Are they afraid of reality? Is the virtual reality more comfortable??