ABHINAY

A B H I N A Y

RANGMANCH

RANGMANCH

(STAGE PLAY)

Do you have what it takes to dissolve an audience in an ocean of emotions and actions? The colourful lights, cameras & the audience are waiting for you. If you can make your expressions to the next level, then this is where you belong. The stage is set and waiting for your next grand act.

ASMITA

ASMITA

(MONO ACT)

In civilised life, where the happiness, and indeed almost the existence, of man, depends so much upon the opinion of his fellow men, he is always acting a studied part. In a Mono Act, an actor is vulnerable. His total personality is exposed to critical judgment - his intellect, his bearing, his diction, his whole appearance. If you can reveal your emotions in front of the audience, your chance.

HULLAD

HULLAD

(STREET PLAY)

In this fast developing world, very few people have a natural taste for drama. If you can catch the attention & attract people to stay and watch your performance, here is your chance. The art of grabbing the audience’s attention is all that you need. No lights, no mics, only pure ACTION full of energy.

CHESTHA

CHESTHA

(MIME)

In the midst of eternal silence where slightest of the sound was finding it very difficult to escape, those creatures in the shades of black and white were making statements with their mouth stitched and were gradually paving the path for the crowd to dive deep into the sea of joyride full of laughter and emotions. Reliving those golden days when Charlie Chaplin and Marcel Marceau ruled, at Kashiyatra unfurl their hidden soul beneath you and let your mime do the chatters that won’t stop ever.