Five Senses, in 60 Minutes

Published: 19th March 2015 06:04 AM  |   Last Updated: 19th March 2015 06:04 AM   |  A+A-

CHENNAI: How would it be to relate to a play that not only appeals to the eye, ear and the mind but all the senses?An example of experiential theatre, as Aruna Ganeshram, the director of the play A Moment of Memory, puts it, the play promises to engage all your senses of smell, feel and even taste!

Five Senses.jpgPerformed by Abhishek Mishra, Priyam Jain, Rohini Mundra and  Samridhi Purohit, and presented and produced by Visual Respiration, the play promises to take theatre enthusiasts on a wholesome trip down one’s own memory lane. If that’s not exciting enough, the audience will also be able to relate to the play, for it is made of memories and real-life incidents from the actors’ lives. “Anyone watching the play will be able to relate to their memories and revisit their moments from the past,” promised Aruna.

Those interested in watching the play slated to be staged at cafe Ashvita Nirvana, (yet another interesting thing — one would get to watch the play in a cafe, rather than a hall packed with audience) are required to reserve their seats. Not more than 15 would be let to watch the play at a time. An intimate play, its effect can be better felt among limited attendees, feels the director.

A Moment of Memory will be staged at Ashvita Nirvana, Besant Nagar on March 21 and 22 with three shows each day at 7 pm, 8 pm and 9 pm. Tickets are available at


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