Two writers are commissioned to write a comedy. What unfolds thereafter is a chilling game of cat and mouse, as each of them fights for his survival. The play meshes the social and cultural ramifications of AIDS with the insecurities of the characters and the disturbing questions it throws up. This was our first production and premiered in 1993.
“The play gets to the heart of the matter, by virtue of unflinching candour and compassion.”
Jiten Merchant, The Times Of India
“Indian viewers should take this play seriously rather than simply as a stage performance, because the country is now a high-risk area, something one was blithely unaware of in the 1980’s”
Minakshi Raja, The Sunday Observer
“It’s been a while since I’ve seen a play that continues to replay in my mind long after I’ve got up from my seat and left the hall. This play lingers on…A must-see even if you have to come to Bombay to do so"