Sundaraj V’s play Gumma Banda Gumma
will offer a glimpse of true friendship, bonding between siblings and the complexities of a parent-child relationship. Adapted from the German play Max Und Milli , it tells the story of a child who communicates his feelings despite pressure mounting. August 18 and 19. 7.30 pm. At Ranga Shankara, JP Nagar. Tickets (`100) on bookmyshow.com.
Relive your exam days in the play, Cacophony – The Sound of Nuisance, presented by Drama Ticks and TEA Arts. From draining endless cups of coffee, copying notes to praying to the gods for a miracle, the play will include it all in a hilarious way. August 15, 5 pm. At Rangasthala. Tickets (`200) on explara.com
The banned act
To celebrate the spirit of independence, Yours Truly Theatre presents an evening of Improv, Freedom Ban’D IT. Have your take on freedom or the bans that are driving the citizenry furious, and see the performers act them out on the spot in this interactive theatre performance. August 15. At Yours Truly Theatre Studio and Performing Space, Indiranagar. Tickets (`150) on bookmyshow.com