Here’s what Archit Mehta, Journalist at Zee, had to say about the play staged at Stein Auditorium on 9th October:
The ceremonial request to turn off cell phones in the theatre is followed by a safety announcement, “in case of an emergency, please do not panic; the exits are on your…”. From that very moment, the theme of perceived danger sets in.
Barff, directed by Saurabh Shukla, is a story based in Kashmir. Saurabh also plays the role of a doctor in the play while Sadia Siddiqui and Sunil Palwal play a couple who need the doctor’s help.
It opens with the sounds of an approaching storm. As the storm approaches, snow-capped mountains are established. A blue spotlight and a white tent-like structure transport the audience to Kashmir and then it begins to rain or snow. The orange-ish sparks of light used to establish this is a wonderful touch!…
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