A Medium-Sized Battery

“Pack the planets neatly away into a box full of asteroids, black holes, and stars… and plug the box into a medium-sized battery to keep it running.”

A MEDIUM-SIZED BATTERY (written & directed by Aridhi Anderson, performed by the Day Dream Weekend Theatre Workshop team) is a collage of short stories about human relationships, based on the works of Mark Twain (The Diaries of Adam & Eve), Aridhi Anderson (A Love Story), Oscar Wilde (The Devoted Friend), and The Brothers Grimm (The Fisherman and His Wife).

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The play follows the journey of two poets navigating divergent outlooks on life while affirming each other’s art and perspectives. It examines the essence of art as a means to absorb and express every aspect of the human experience, no matter how unconventional or far removed from the mainstream. It offers a view of art as a way for real people to share real stories, sometimes through side-splitting humour and at other times with greater gravity. It is a universe of experiences and emotions, unpacking the timeless themes of love, loss, friendship and aspirations.

Viewer discretion advised: this play contains mature themes, dark humour, and coarse language.

SHOW DATES AND TIMES
3 March 2018: 2.30 pm & 4 pm
9 March 2018: 5.30 pm & 7.30 pm

Venue
Akshara Theatre
11-B Baba Kharak Singh Marg
Next to RML Hospital Exit #5
New Delhi

Entry free
Seating on a first come first served basis.

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