The Live Acts!

The next time you go to your favorite restaurant, a big event in the city, or generally out in public, watch out for Evam! We have our team lurking about, merging as one amongst the crowd, but springing up as a surprise, JUST to tell you about ‘The 39 Steps’. We caught up with two of the actors, who had a little something to share about these live acts.

Deepa’s byte!


1. Role –

“Live act involving couple eating at a restaurant, they get
into a fight and the girl gets agitated, yells at the guy and walks
off. Her last lines include the highlights of the upcoming play. I
played the role of the girl.”

2. Experience –

“Great fun!”


3. Funny incidents –

” One person was a little drunk, so he declared it to be the best act he has seen in the world ! :D
Another person said he wasn’t sure if it was staged because he kept having incidents like this in his family ! :D
And once at Bella Ciao, the waitress was trying to make the ambience very romantic, so she kept interrupting and trying to light the candle, when I started screaming. She was quite startled !”

4. Feedback –

“Most were quite taken in by the act and couldnt make out it was an act. some even imediatly called their friends/family to tell them about it.

Some were disturbed and felt it was too loud. :D”

Rohit’s Byte 

Role?

“I played a fugitive in the first act and the second act involved the argument one. “

Funny incident?

“In ‘Malgudi’, an old man placed his hand on his heart and asked me how can I scare him like that!”

Feedback?

“In the end, people really liked the way how we were trying to promote the play.”

Experience with evam?

“I have been given lots of opportunity to do different kinds of stuff so overall, a very good experience.”
Watch out for these guys… And more! They could be ANYWHERE.  :D

 


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Founded in 2003 by Sunil Vishnu K. and Karthik Kumar, ‘evam’ today is a profitable young thriving arts organization making people believe in the power of the Arts.
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