I loved the place, the ambiance, the food (they have an awesome cafe) and the feeling of being in an artsy world! Being there made me feel fresh, excited and in love with the whole experience. It was as if I found something that I loved. I was like a baby who gets a new toy - exploring it, absorbing the details in, happy about having it and looking at cherishing it for a long time.
The play - well that is a different story entirely. It wasn't exactly up to my expectations. I felt that the play was trying to touch so many different topics and it failed to make an impact about any of them. But I am sure I am going to watch a lot more plays there and good ones at that.
Here are glimpses from this beautiful place...
The name board at the entrance. Simple yet it makes a statement!
The Warli Art on the cafe wall. This little cafe serves mouthwatering stuff. Even if you don't want to watch a play go for just the food!
The painted pillars. Art everywhere.
The beautiful cafe with the hanging paper lanterns.
The cafe tables were simple stone slabs supported by cement blocks for legs.
One of the many art works/posters around the place.
The stairway to the auditorium.
More art on display.
Me (on the left end) with Nidhi and Pallavi.
Outside the ticket counter, me (in the center) with Arundhati and Nidhi.
I love taking pictures 'coz I believe life is made of beautiful moments and pictures are a great way to capture them. Memories may fade or be replaced but pictures will be there to tell stories :)