Al Mulla Exchange, the premier money-remittance company in Kuwait, will be presenting, ‘One on One’, a side-splitting stage-show by renowned Indian theatrical group, Rage Theatres, at the American International School auditorium on the evening of 29 August, 2014.
The by-invitation-only event, featuring some of India’s finest stage and screen artists, is a lively mix of six hilarious and thought-provoking monologues on contemporary Indian life. The expressive soliloquies, all of less than 15 minutes duration, written, directed and performed by talented and experienced artists are bound to provide audiences with a riveting and exciting evening.
Short synopses of the six plays are as follows:
Load Shedding: A Worli lamp-post dramatizes from his lofty perch, the discussions of various political parties in the name of city betterment.
Hello Check: A flighty glamorous Oshiwara house-wife, gushes to the media about her many social and socialite achievements.
Dear Richard: An angry, exhausted airline traveler writes an open letter to the owner of Virgin Atlantic on the state of inedible airline food
Kachre Ki Hifazat: The tragic humorous woes of the bodyguard of a chief minister, who dies “mysteriously”.
Job Interview: A Parsi gentleman with failing eyesight goes for an interview to be an airline pilot. The stakes are high. His nerves are shot.
Aabodana: Two people struggle to keep the balance between finding love and losing themselves in the chaos that is life in a big city.
Featuring the likes of Anu Menon, Rajit Kapur, Sohrab Ardeshir, Dilshad Khurana and Anand Tiwari, and written and directed by Rahul da Cunha, Nadir Khan and Akarsh Khurana among others, ‘One on One’ will prove a hard act to follow.