Wednesday, August 03, 2005

It's Playtime folks!

"The MetroPlus Theatre Festival" kicks off from the 5th of August 2005!! Buy your tickets NOW at LANDMARK/ ODYSSEY @ Rs.300/200/100 or call 5224 5224 for DOOR DELIVERY!

For workshop details and any further info call 98402-22363!


Anonymous R S Prasanna said...

Hey! All the very best for Biloxi Blues and organising the whole theatre Fest! Been reading about it in MetroPlus. The whole fest looks great. And Biloxi Blues, too - looks as enticing ans exciting as ever! And yes, is that our very own eashwar in "Final Twist"? Wow! Difficult to find out. So, thats real good! Have a great time. And, of course, I'll be there for the shows with all my friends!

August 04, 2005 8:57 am  
Anonymous Prasanna said...

Saw "A Heap of broken Images". Wow! Stunning. The script, the direction, th performance, the visual design... and of course the mind-blowingly amazing cue-ing! Saw Girish karnad standing behind me at the lights console. Would have fallen at his feet... well, wanted to at least... but did not want to embarass the man. wow!

August 06, 2005 4:41 pm  
Anonymous R S Prasanna said...

The Musical is the highest form of Theatrical performance. it is the arena of the gods, in a way. It can move an audience like no other live performance can. And it is the confluence of "art" and "science" in a way. I mean, if we look at the Broadway musical, it requores highly skilled players across all the fields - from the music itself, to the actors, the dancers, the set designers, the engineers... Hats off to The Boardwalkers for having the courage to come up with their own, original Rock musical. I hope this is the start of a trend... for, I dream of the day when Chennai zaps the world with a Musical! And that day would be a tribute to genuine talent, the audience's Taste... and the conquering of the Musical form, which is most merciless.

August 12, 2005 4:34 pm  
Blogger Grafxgurl said...

ooh hello!:) stumbled in here blog hopping...ive seen ya.. well err ok who hasnt.. went for the play on sunday..."fragments of the bell Jar".... didnt care much for it...was a bit of a torture to sit through... i saw "Evam Indrajit" ...that was really good :)...oh and i saw somewhere that you were new to the blogosphere...i guess im a bit late.. but WELCOME!!

August 12, 2005 5:03 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey guys
rock biloxi...really missing the show...tried coming but aint sure to send pics...and keep me posted on how it went...
luv u guys

August 12, 2005 5:44 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey there all!
Prasanna, thanks for calling me...even if you didnt mean to :)
Everyones been talking abt the show. I shall ensure that iam there for iswars final twist and saaransh biloxy!! Pavi!!!! We missing u here. Reeeally. Did u turn up for the bangalore show? KK..all the best for the 14th launch!
Evam,You are guys are doing a gr8 job!

August 13, 2005 6:51 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Pavi - mmmmwahhhhhhhh :D you'd of loved the front end activity!!

Manoj - welcome back :P we dont have any tickets for you....will put u on the waiting list and lets see if you are lucky...u'll get a ticket :P



August 14, 2005 9:05 am  
Anonymous R S Prasanna said...

EVAM'S BILOXI BLUES What do I say! What does one do when one sees perfection. On stage. Oh one can go backstage and hug all the guys... give a standing ovation before that. I do all that ... and yet... I feel somehow i have not done enough. Because I see so many hugs, so many people standing and applauding... but I have seen them do all that at other times, too. They do it all the times. It's become a habit. I'm afraid things lose their value if done too often... or is it, if done without meaning? I think it's the latter. That's why i hug selectively... clap cautioulsy. Not because I want to be this "different" guy... this hard-to-please critic... but because, like today, I am scared by the prospect of my hug and my claps losing their meaning in a meaningless ritual dance. But that is the way of all art... all good art. It leaves one speechless... leaves one feeling an undefinable feeling of gratitude, a debt almost that one feels one can never pay back. One tries to, of course. By clapping, hugging. And then some.

August 15, 2005 11:24 pm  
Anonymous R S Prasanna said...

Dear Mr. Neil Simon

I know not if you are alive or dead. I do know either way, you are not going to read this.


I was surprised the first time I heard you being ridiculed. It hurt when it happened more often. It no longer does. The hurt, i mean.

This might be a childish thing to say, but: Please don't let that bother you. You are funny. But more importantly, you tell good stories.

Be it odd Couple, or today, Biloxi Blues.

Beneath this fabric of a higly witty, light atmosphere, I observe a mechanism. That of theme, plot, characterisation.

In these days when I am taught to respect plays which have no plot - "Son, this play is beyond gimmickry".

When I am told not to expect characterisation, but labels - "Oh, this play is beyond the mundane necessities of intellectual workings - character arcs - this is beyond that - this is Feeling!"

When I am looked down upon when I seek a unifying theme in a play - "Well, didn't you read it? It's there in the brochure!"

I read your plays, and I understand why I will continue to ask the same foolish questions.

Sir, i am new to theatre. All I say in defence of myself is that I am an honest audience.

I have read very few plays, seen even less.

Of them I have liked yours. Yes, also Miller's.

Why am i saying all this? It can make no difference to you.

But it does, to me.

For, Sir, I am new to theatre.

And I will, after finishing this letter, go back to imitating you. And yes, Miller.

I may not succeed. I need not. But to my credit, as an honest audience, I would know.

A Student

PS: And please, why do you write those horrible plays of yours. You know what I mean... every so often you write bad ones... Why? ...Strange, so does Miller.

August 15, 2005 11:40 pm  
Blogger Kanishkaa said...

Biloxi was amazing folks!worth every bit even from the corner seat on the outback.this is prob the best among Neil Simon scripts.Jimmy..u carried the show man!

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Anonymous Member (Labour party) said...

Hey every body frgot ussss!!!!!!We the guys who did d promos!!!Well congrats to everybody in the Team fr an amazing performance...
all d best
Labour Party,Student Concepts)

August 18, 2005 5:09 pm  
Anonymous R S Prasanna said...

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Check out this website of the london Produciton, a revival commemorating the 50th anniversary of the play.

It's got production photos, and resource links.



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