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It is 5 a.m. Three friends are holed up in a seedy hotel room, off the Bombay-Pune highway. They have just witnessed the stabbing of a fourth friend, in a robbery attempt by thugs. They need desperately to get back to Bombay, but are constantly thwarted by obstacles.A comic thriller that explores the survival of friendship in extreme circumstances. The play is filled with tension, nostalgia and humour.The play premiered at the Writers’ Bloc festival in 2004 and has since performed over a 100 shows all over the country and abroad. It played at the prestigious Biennale Bonn festival in Germany, as well a toured Amsterdam, Antwerp and Malaysia.
“A roller-coaster ride…you do not know what is going to hit you next-nail-biting suspense, mudslinging or unadulterated comedy.”
Parbina Rashid, Chandigarh Tribune
“A tight script laced with pun, wit and dark humour”
Vandana Shukla, Chandigarh Times
Critics be damned…English theatre sure has its own vocabulary, a language that manages to tune into its audiences. And Pune Highway proved that English theatre exists with all its vibrancy and verve…now its authentic Indianness too.
Nonika Singh, Hindustan Times, Chandigarh