BWW Previews: LIVES OF OTHERS at Oddbird Theatre

BWW Previews: LIVES OF OTHERS at Oddbird Theatre

Lives intertwined in the hassle of modern day demands and the complications arising from it - this seems to be the basic idea on which an upcoming play in the capital city of Delhi is based upon. Lives of Others, a short play written by Samar Sarila who also plays the part in the show, is the depiction of our everyday lives in contemporary settings laid bare in their honest form.

The play is a highly relatable tale of two slightly dysfunctional relationships that may be on the brink of disintegration. The makers hope to take the audiences into an inward journey while watching the play that is sure to find a chord in each of our lives.

The format also is a part of interesting concept. As part of Airbnb's 'Trips', guests who book through Airbnb also get to attend an exclusive workshop interspersed with exciting games and role-play, and spend time with the cast and crew of the play. Guests also get an insight into exercises employed by directors at the rehearsal stage of a production, and learn how director builds confidence, communication and vulnerability in his actors. After which, the audience will tune in for a detailed Q&A with the actors on the construction and method of the play. The guests also get special access to witness a tech run and view the backstage.

Dates: 18th-20th May 2017

Showtime: 8 pm

Venue: Oddbird Theatre & Foundation, Dhan Mill Compound, 100 Feet Road, Chattarpur, New Delhi - 110074

Tickets available on -

www.insider.in

www.airbnb.co.in

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