top of page
i killed my mother
it wasn't my fault
hand holding phone sketch

For this Girl of 25, life with Herself is continually turbulent. This morning is particularly overwhelming; She is assaulted by self-doubt, unemployment, too much social media, and her mother. Still, She must brave the mundanity and frivolousness of urban girlhood, all the while looking for someone to blame. This is the story of an ordinary day in Her life.

upcoming
shows

16 March |  5PM & 7PM

Godrej Dance Theatre

drawing of a hand holding a phone

11 May |  6.30 PM 

Laxmi Mills, Mahalaxmi

Knife drawing
I Killed my mother show still
4 tipped star sketch

This is a play for and by young wayward women and femmes, inquisitive and conscious of their privilege in society, people addicted to their phones, and anyone who finds themselves caught between the slippery planes of the online portal between their own reality and the world beyond.

I Killed my Mother /  It Wasn't my Fault 

was created with a grant from the Drama Schools Mumbai Foundation as well as the generous donations of  several donors. The show premiered under the mentorship  of KathaSiyah, a feminist theatre collective from Bangalore.

The show is currently supported by Bhasha Centre and Paytm Insider through their Manch initiative.

I Killed my mother show still
fire sketch
Sunayana Premchander

Sunayana Premchander

associate producer

building sketch
building sketch
Meghana AT

executive producer &  movement director

Mallika Shah

playwright & director

meet the
TEAM
Adi Shastri

Adi Shastri

light designer

Malvika Dwivedi

Malvika Dwivedi

visual designer

Manish Khushalani

Manish Khushalani

music and sound designer

Riya Soni

Riya Soni

meet the
CAST
Shreya Sharma

Shreya Sharma

Astha Gulati

Astha Gulati

Dusha

Dusha

Shumaila Shaikh

Shumaila Shaikh

Mithil Raj Goswami

Mithil Raj Goswami

skull sketch
Meghna Manglani

Meghna Manglani

I Killed my Mother show still
special thanks

I Killed my Mother / It Wasn’t my Fault  is an original play from Mumbai made possible because of our donors:

Alpana Shah, Anuja Ghosalkar, Aryan Tandon, Asha Khadaria, Fareen Jalal, Jyoti Mehta, Nirmal Shah,  Sameer Shah, Sanghamitra Sengupta, Shiva Pathak, Smita Premchander, Virisila Buadromo, and Yuki Ellias.

knife sketch

Special thanks to Kala and JJ Parekh, Kanchan and Prakash Thakur, Ganesh Jambhale, Rupali Bait, Sunil Mishra and Chrisann Pereira for facilitating the creation of this show.

bottom of page