Staged Reading: AADHE ADHOORE by Mohan Rakesh

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We are happy to announce the third staged reading in our Low Res experimental series – Aadhe Adhoore, written by Mohan Rakesh and directed by Parag Kilche. The play is in English. This is a free event.

There are 2 reading dates, both to be held at our Belmont studio:

- Saturday, October 13th at 2:00 pm  

- Sunday, October 14th at 5:30 pm

Admission is free. RSVP is required to attend. Seating is limited and will be assigned on a first come first served basis.

If you'd like to reserve a spot at one of the two readings, please RSVP as early as you can. You will receive a confirmation email with details within 24-48 hours of signing up.

Note: Readings on both dates will be identical. If you've signed up to attend one reading, you will not need to come to the other.

About the play:

Master playwright Mohan Rakesh's Aadhe Adhoore (Half Incomplete) is the story of Savitri, the single breadwinner in her family. It is an exploration of the individual quest for completeness within the confines of the complex, intricate web that makes up human relationships. Savitri is one of Indian theatre's first feminist icons unwilling to accept as her destiny, the deep marital disappointments and unmet expectations that burden her life over the course of two decades. Is she a tragic heroine caught in her circumstances or a self-obsessed, immoral woman willing to destroy her family in the pursuit of her own selfish desires? Written in 1959, Aadhe Adhoore still powerfully resonates, bursting with relevance and immediacy in a world that continues to be torn apart by gender inequality.


Savitri - Sindu Singh
Mahendranath - Basab Pradhan
Binny - Tannistha Chandrima Mukherjee
Ashok - Abhinay Rao
Kinny - Lakshmi Bharadwaj

Basab Pradhan