A Science Fiction Comedy Play in Six Short Acts. 

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Directed by Sareesh Sudhakaran

What if robots looked like humans?

If God created man in his image, then what would man's creations look like?

Watch the future played out in six short acts - from the beginning to the very end, and beyond.

Since none of this has happened yet, we can see the lighter side of it. And, you'll laugh so loud it will be heard in outer space.


Science fiction is rarely represented in theater. I created this play as an homage to Rossum's Universal Robots, by Karel ?apek.  

The play is a comedy; is 100% original; and is about 90 minutes long, depending on how hard and long you laugh. 

It is divided into six acts. There is no interval.

Act One: Original Sin Events leading up to the unveiling of the very first robot. 

Act Two: Then We Sell Humans are not humans if they don't turn everything into a product. 

Act Three: The Four Laws Issac Assimov's four laws. Broken down in a live broadcast. 

Act Four: Singularity If humans can't tell robots apart, then can robots tell us apart? 

Act Five: The Last Human Is this going to be the last day for humanity? Who will survive? 

Act Six: The Arrangement How will robots treat the last human? Can she find love? 

CAST: Shrey Gambhir | Saif Hyder | Dipika Pandey | Himanshu Shekhar | Gaurav Venkatesh  

Written and Directed by Sareesh Sudhakaran.


Where: Coming Soon!

When: Coming Soon! 

Seating: TBD.

Language: English

Parking: TBD.

What to bring: Good humor and mobile phones on silent!


Venue: Coming Soon!

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