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One On One is a unique theatrical evening, bringing together ten of Bombay’s finest actors, written by eight of the India’s most talented playwrights and directed by seven of our best known directors. These monologues and dualogues in English and Hindi address subjects as varied as the state of India’s bureaucracy, the legalization of homosexuality, inedible airline food, the politics of road naming ceremonies, the joke of Ajmal Kasab’s trial and the experience of living in a big city…stories of modern India that amuse, annoy and concern us all.One On One opened at the National Centre for Performing Arts, Bombay in January 2010
A lamppost at the edge of the Worli Sea Link, a villager hired to be the bodyguard of a Haryana minister and an irate airline passenger all spin a myriad views of contemporary India in Rage Productions’ latest play, One on One.
Time Out Mumbai
Rage Theatre Productions’ latest play, One On One, that premiered last week at NCPA got rave reviews. A collection of ten, ten-minute monologue format pieces, the play addresses issues that concern the common man.
Sneha Mahadevan, Screen India
Kevin Lobo, Mumbai Mirror
This form of many ‘playlets’ in one evening is catching on – perfect for the TV generation with short attention spans. Rage has done it before with Going Solo, and years later; it works just as well with One On One, a series of 10 short plays.
Deepa Gehlot, Bombay Times
One On One is a collection of ten pieces set in contemporary India. The stage design and costuming vividly create a variety of settings and characters. The play makes for an engaging two hours, and most of the sketches hit the spot.
Saumya Ancheri, Time Out