‘Bollywood KEE-MAA’, the second play in the The Hindu MetroPlus Theatre Fest 2013 will be held on Saturday at 7.30 p.m.
Presented by Evam, Bangalore, the play is a humorous take on the cliches used in Bollywood films. It is a celebration of 100 years of Indian cinema. Directed by Gavin Robertson, the play brings to the stage iconic Hindi movie stereotypes such as a rich father and his poor friend, the corrupt manager, the blind, widowed mother, and the vampish stepmother. The play is in English and Hindi.
Curtains will come down on August 4 with ‘Some Times’ by Akvarious, Mumbai, and directed by Adhaar Khurana. The plays will be staged at the JTPac, Choice School Campus, Tripunithura. All shows start at 7.30 p.m. Tickets are priced at Rs.300, Rs.200 and Rs.100. Season tickets are available at Rs.750 and Rs.500. All tickets may be purchased online at www.thehindu.com/ theatrefest, www.bookmyshow.com and www.eventjini.com
Tickets are also available at The Hindu Office - Vyttila, DC Books - Nucleus Mall, DC Books - Kurian Towers, and DC Penguin - Bay Pride Mall. Helpline numbers are 9198406 12333 and 9198402 36367. Bose is the title sponsor of the theatre fest. The hospitality sponsor is Beaumonde The Fern, the event manager is Live from Evam, and LuLu is the mall partner.