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  • Venue
    Experimental Theatre
  • Date Time
    21 January 2022 | 7:00 pm
  • Member Price
    Rs.315/-
  • Non Member Price
    Rs.350/-

Event Details

PLEASE NOTE:- In view of the current situation, this event stands postponed. We will keep you informed of further details.


The play is a post-modern take on existential crisis, where two young men try to find the meaning of their lives. One wants to die, and the other seeks out cruelty through killing someone without any reason. That’s where the play starts, and it takes you through different realms, of mythology, distress and chaos.

Playwright: Swapnil Chavhan
Director: Apurv Sathe
Lyrics: Pramod Kale
Music: Chaitanya Adkar
Lights: Omkar Hajare
Cast: Devendra Joshi, Sachin Joshi, Rutwij Kulkarni, Harshad Rajpathak, Suraj Satav, Krutarth Shevgaonkar, Shreedhar Visal, Pramod Kale/Akshay Khaire, Ranjit Lata Sunil & Keshav Kudale

Produced by Maharashtra Cultural Centre, Pune

Age: 16+

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