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3 More Entertaining Productions: A grand musical about lunatics and politics | A festival featuring classic short plays from around the world | A legendary black comedy
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July 9 – July 29, 2017 | Palo Alto
TOBA TEK SINGH (Hindi)
A grand musical about lunatics and politics
By Saadat Hasan Manto, adapted for the stage by Sujit Saraf, in Hindi with supertitles in English
It is 1948. The governments of India and Pakistan decide that, as has happened with the rest of their population, lunatics in their mental asylums must be exchanged. Muslim lunatics in India are to be sent to Pakistan, while Hindu and Sikh lunatics in Pakistan will be sent to India. In an asylum in Lahore, a Sikh lunatic whom everyone calls Toba Tek Singh refuses to go. Based on Saadat Hasan Manto’s celebrated short story, Toba Tek Singh
is a grand musical – performed with live music and dance, fascinating sets and costumes – that observes the madness of Partition through the eyes of a madman, and lays bare its agony through humor, tragedy, and the silly antics of lunatics.
Children under 7 will not be admitted
September 1 – September 16, 2017 | Palo Alto
A festival featuring theater classics from around the world
Multiple short plays in various languages with supertitles in English
Once a year, we experiment with new ways of doing plays and stage new kinds of plays, drawing from the works of masters throughout the world – Anton Chekhov, George Bernard Shaw, Satyajit Ray, Roald Dahl, Premchand – and bring these plays to our audience in unusual and imaginative ways
Children under 7 will not be admitted.
November 10 – November 19, 2017 | Palo Alto
ARSENIC AND OLD LACE (Hindi)
A legendary black comedy
By Joseph Kesselring, adapted and directed by Manish Sabu
This adaptation of Joseph Kesselring’s macabre comedy features two sweet old ladies who murder lonely old men as a way of “helping” them, and their hapless nephew who tries to save his aunts as well as his wedding. Many men are buried, many policemen are hoodwinked and many knives are brandished in this fast, riotous play that was made into a successful movie in Hollywood, starring Cary Grant.
Children under 7 will not be admitted.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Question 1: How do I choose my shows?
Answer: We will invite you to choose your show one month before the play opens.You will receive at least 3 notifications, and your seats are guaranteed.
Question 2: What if I cannot make it to a particular production in 2017?
Answer: Naatak 3-Play passes are transferrable. Gift or sell it to a friend. Contact email@example.com.
Question 3: Is there a cheaper way to watch a Naatak play?
Answer: No. 3-Play passes offer the lowest possible prices for a Naatak play.
Question 4: Are my seats guaranteed?
Answer: Yes. The 3-Play passes have guaranteed seats in the respective sections (VVIP, VIP and General).
Question 5: How long will these 3-Play Passes be available?
Answer: Available until July 2017, or until they sell out.
Question 6: What is the difference between VVIP, VIP and GEN categories?
Answer: ***VVIP season pass buyers receive a Natak T-shirt and the best seat in the house *** Though all seats are good seats in Cubbereley Theater, the seating location as seen in this image is the prime difference. Rows #2 & #3 are assigned for VVIP seating, Rows #1, 4,5,6 are assigned for VIP seating and the rest are General seating in the Cubberley Theater, Palo Alto. In case we perform at other theaters in the Bay Area in 2017, there will be equivalent seating locations assigned.