Welcome to our theatre production company! We specialize in producing innovative and experimental plays. Our goal is to push the boundaries of theatre and to create powerful and thought provoking productions.

Our vision has always been to push the figurative fourth wall and believe to not only promote out of the box content but believe that there is no box.

We strive to push our literary boundaries be it through theatre, prose or poems. Our focus lies in celebrating stories and literature using theatre as a medium. The purpose of our activities, be it plays, poetry recitation, an event or a theatre festival is to showcase our rich cultural heritage to the 'rasikjanas'. Through various art forms we create an appreciation and awakening of our rich cultural heritage among our people and especially our younger generation.

This idea has actually been strengthened by the growth in alternative venues. In this world where the audience is spoilt for choice in digital entertainment and the dearth of live venues has become a concern, new venues and small intimate audiences drive us. We aim to reach at all such places with our ideas and plays. Our Theatre model in today's day and age primarily revolves around minimalism. We call it the 'Traveling Theatre'. Bare minimum setting with really strong performances is our USP. We have performed hugely successful monologues in restaurants, small alternate venues like G5A, Ouroboros, Studio Tamaasha and even the Sabarmati Ashram, Jails, Siachen valley! This vast coverage is a testament to our belief that interesting ideas can be scaled into economically viable productions.

While truly appreciating an artist's work, it is important to understand the kind of philosophy one follows. The most influential philosophies which have molded our sense of art would be those by Socrates, Karl Marx, Bhamasha, Mahatma Gandhi and many other prominent people in our history.

Over the years we have attempted to adapt the works of some of the most influential authors Rabindranath, Karl Marx, Bhartuhari, Siddharshi Gani, Mahatma Gandhi, Shrimad Rajchandra.

But most importantly in our 18 years of journey as a production house, we are trying to encompass values which pertain to both the classes and the masses.

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Manoj Shah is an Indian theatre director, actor and producer known for his works in the Gujarati theatre. He has directed over 90 plays, such as one-man plays and biographical plays, in different genres . He is known primarily for his quirky biographical plays which include: Hu Chandrakant Bakshi based on the writer of the same name, Mohan No Masalo based on Mahatma Gandhi, Apurva Avsar based on Jain mystic Shrimad Rajchandra, Mareez based on poet Mareez, Jal Jal Mare Patang based on writer-philosopher Manilal Dwivedi, Karl Marx In Kalbadevi based on German philosopher Karl Marx, and Dr. Anandibai Joshi: Like, Comment, Share based on Anandi Gopal Joshi, India's first female doctor. He produces plays under his theatre company Ideas Unlimited.

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When you walk into our theatre production, you're immediately greeted by a sense of warmth and community. That's because our team is all about engaging with and supporting each other. We're a compassionate bunch who are always looking out for each other, and that really shows in our plays. We're able to be productive and create powerful work because everyone feels welcomed and supported. It's truly magical what can happen when a group of people come together with a shared passion. And that's what our team is all about.

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Prestigious Venues of performances WORLD WIDE

  • Prithvi Theatre Festivals, Mumbai
  • National Centre for performing art festivals, Mumbai
  • Nehru Centre Festivals Mumbai
  • NSD Theatre Olympics, Kamani Auditorium, Delhi
  • JAINA Convention, USA 2007 , 2009 , 2011 ,2015, 2017
  • AINA, USA 2008
  • International Theater conference, Aligarh Muslim University,
  • Conference on 150 years of Marxism at Wilson College, Mumbai.
  • Young Indian Ahmedabad Consideration of Indian Industry, 2017
  • Bhau Daji Laad Museum, Mumbai.
  • Kalaghoda Festival, Mumbai.
  • Tifli International Festival, Mumbai.
  • Sabarmati Festival, Ahmedabad.
  • Indian Military, Rinchen Auditorium, Leh.
  • Indian Military, INF BDE Auditorium, Partapur (Siachin base camp).
  • Indian Navy, Kochi.
  • Indian Navy, INHS Ashwini, Mumbai.
  • Sabarmati Jail, Ahmedabad.
  • DUCTAC (The Dubai Community Theatre And Arts Centre), Dubai.
  • Sarvodaya International Trust, Mumbai.
  • Sangit Kala Kendra, Mumbai and Kolkata.
  • Rotary Clubs, Mumbai.
  • Shree Vile Parle Gujarati Mandal, Mumbai.
  • Prempuri Ashram, Mumbai.
  • House of Wow, Mumbai
  • Scrapyard, Ahmedabad
  • Ouroboros - The Art Hub, Ahmedabad
  • G5A Foundation for Contemporary Culture, Mumbai
  • Si Bambai, Mumbai
  • Harkat Studio, Mumbai
  • Canvas Laugh Club, Mumbai
  • Kreating Characters, Mumbai
  • The Drama School, Mumbai
  • Kamla Saklecha School, Madhya Pradesh.
  • Jivan bharti school .surat
  • Navjivan Trust, Ahmedabad.
  • Divya Bhaskar, Baroda.
  • Hare Krishna Exports, Surat.
  • Aspee industries , Mumbai
  • Reliance Energy Head Office, Mumbai.
  • Ultratech Cement Office , Mumbai.
  • Aditya Birla World Academy, Mumbai.
  • Brewbot Cafe, Mumbai
  • Classic Rock Coffee Co. Pune
  • The Hungry Monkey Bar & Cafe, Delhi
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