A Hinglish play, The Good, The Bad and The Bolly (Wood) by “Free Parking Entertainment”, an initiative of MSOSA (Modern School Old Students Association) will be staged. This is MSOSA’s 50th Annual Production being held at Kamani Auditorium, Copernicus Marg, from Feb 21 to Feb 23, 2014 from 7:00 PM. The entry is free and the nearest Metro Station is Mandi House.
The cast comprises of old Modernites and some well known theatre artists namely, Mr. Ashok Dhawan, Mr. Pradip Kukreja, Ms. Geeta Sudan, Mr. Roopak Kathpalia and Ms. Vidushi Mehra.
To sustain and strengthen the spirit of their old school, MSOSA takes great pride in the history the school shares with the Nationalist Movement of the country and also the fact that the school was set up in 1920 as an experiment in education with the belief that growth is inherent in all dynamic ideas. A product of visionary heads, the school is secular in nature and believes in the close interconnection of the physical, moral and intellectual as its axiom of a sound system of education. Even today it continues to produce and nurture builders of a modern India. It is MSOSA’s consistent aim to bring together all Modernites amid events that are akin in nature to the ethos of their Alma Mater, while providing them a Platform to contribute their best collectively as a fraternity.
Free Parking Entertainment is an ensemble of Actors, Directors, Writers, Film Makers, Musicians and other creative personnel working toward a common goal of creating and spreading thought provoking and captivating entertainment. It’s a team of young thespians namely, Mr. Arnav Nanduri, Mr. Pranay Manchanda and Mr. Kabir Nath, known for their award winning, fast paced and highly energetic productions. The Good, The Bad and The Bolly (wood) has been adapted from a Woody Allen classic and promises to entertain people with its eccentric characters and brisk pace.