Intense, in every sense of the word, a ‘nukkad-natak’ by ADA Dramatics grabbed eyeballs at the MIT, Student Plaza today. Every dialogue, impactful, every rhyme piercing, the audience felt no dearth of goosebumps and chills along with occasional strings of laughter. Based on a historical setup, the street play molded modern issues powerfully into a clever plot, portraying how we all have sidelined the real, dark issues that matter, for illusions that keep us comfortable. Moreover adding to the charm was the fact that the esteemed and much-loved ex-director of MIT, DR. G.K Prabhu was also present in the audience.
ADA dramatics in association with M.I.L.A.P is going to hold a Theatre and Film-making workshop on September 4th &5th. Here is more about the renowned instructors that would be taking this workshop. DAY 1: Santhosh […]
In just a few days, Manipal will witness perhaps one of the biggest engineering college cultural fest in India – Revels 2011! And after that spectacular performance by Parikrama (I saw the YouTube videos, I […]
The second pre-TechTatva workshop for the event, Cheminova, saw the participation of students deeply interested in Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, held at NLH. The core committee members of Cheminova introduced the attendees to the intriguing […]