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A three-dimensional theatre experience

DNMUM387117 | 4/21/2017 | Author : Deepali Singh | WC :562

That’s what Aadyam, in their third season, hope to provide by introducing the black box format this year

It’s usually a cliche when one says that so and so project has become bigger and better over the years. But in the case of Aadyam, Aditya Birla Group’s theatre initiative, the third season actually has grown in stature and size. Apart from the five big productions they do every year which are showcased in Mumbai and Delhi, this year, they will also be introducing the Black Box format with two productions this year ­- Danish Husain’s Guards at the Taj (for Hoshubra Repertory) and Mohit Takalkar’s Gajab Kahani (for Aasakta), which will be staged at G5A in Mahalaxmi.
Aadyam’s artistic director Divya Bhatia tells us that the idea of starting their theatre initiative was two fold. “We wanted to invest in new ideas and innovations and in
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