Category: Reviews

And Then There Were None: The Play Review

Mystery has been considered one of the most daunting of theatrical genres to pull off; even more when you are staging a production of the world’s best-selling mystery till date...

Completely Comical: The Abhishek Upmanyu Edition

Completely Comical: The Abhishek Upmanyu Edition

For a campus filled with aspiring stand-up comedians, it’s no surprise that renowned comedian Abhishek Upmanyu’s show Thoda Saaf Bol was an absolute stunner. Hailing from Delhi, the young comedian...

The Importance of Being Earnest: A Review

In times of trouble, life leaves a person with two choices – working their way through the problem, or working their way around it. A significant number of people would...

Kunal Kamra: Of Jokes and Laughter

On the 18th of August, Manipal witnessed a riot of laughter as Kunal Kamra rocked the stage with his stand-up, tickling the funny bone all too well. Organized by DL...

Rashomon: A Theatrical Adaptation

As Saturday evening unfolded, the amphitheater at T.M.A. Pai Park teemed with the hustle of an anticipating audience eager to watch Rashomon, a play by ADA Dramatics. ADA, in association...

Comikaze 7 by Dramanon

Reality is not pleasant and our society, never perfect. In a series of skits, the theatre group Dramanon expressed this assertion in the form of short humorous interactions. The seventh...

TEDx: On the Edge

The more you listen, the more you know; the more you inspire, the more you grow. To quote The Joker, “If you’re good at something, never do it for free.”...