Nicholas Productions was founded by Denver Anthony Nicholas, a popular name in the Dance & Theatre fraternity of Chennai. With over a decade of experience and limitless passion, Denver has been involved in and responsible for some of Chennai’s most popular musicals.

Friday, March 2, 2012

Oscar - A Gangster Comedy!

The last leg of the Big Bang Performing Arts festival would be the stage adaptation of the 1991 movie starring Sylvester Stallone called ‘Oscar’. Set in the 1930’s, this comedy of errors revolves around a mafia boss, who tries to mend his gangster ways after a promise made to his dying father yet is forced to deal with a swindling accountant, a pregnant daughter, two tailors, his maid’s bag of lingerie, a linguistics professor, spying cops, rival gangsters and three bankers.

The play would be directed by Yohan Chacko and Denver Anthony Nicholas and would be staged at Chinmaya Heritage Centre, Harrington Road on March 10th, at 2pm and 7pm.

Proceeds from the festival would be donated to a cancer NGO. Passes are priced at 150/-, 300/- and 500/-.
Online passes are available by clicking the link below and for bookings, call 99626 14196.

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Monday, February 20, 2012

The Big Bang Festival presents RETRO - The Concert

The second leg of The Big Bang Performing Arts Festival opens with a concert night called 'RETRO' - featuring an ensemble of your favorite and most-loved numbers from the 40's, 60's and 80's. We have mashed up few of the top-notch musicians and extremely talented vocalists from the city to belt out some fine music for the city! The concert will also feature a tribute number to the legend - Whitney Houston.

The concert with feature a live orchestra under the helm of Shaun Roberts with Nadisha Thomas as vocal conductor and would feature not only renowned singers but also fresh talent from the city on stage. The concert would be held at YWCA Grounds (not to be confused with YMCA), Purusawalkam on February 25th from 7pm onwards.

Passes are priced at 150/-, 300/- and 500/- and to buy your online passes, click the link below!
For details, call 90941 34945.

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Reviews of the first leg of The Big Bang Festival!

In the midst of preparations for the upcoming productions as part of The Big Bang Festival, we did find time to feel absolutely elated with some of the reviews that have come out in the papers and from the audiences!

Courtesy: Indian Express

Thursday, January 19, 2012

The Big Bang Festival...!

Nicholas Productions is opening the year 2012 with a bang indeed - A month long performing arts festival called 'The Big Bang Festival' that will witness various theatre groups from the city come together under one banner and will showcase 5 shows at the Museum Theatre and 5 shows at Chinmaya Heritage Center that would include a collaborated theatre show by three other theatre groups in the city, a full-fledged live musical (the way it should be done.. all live!), the reputed Loyola Theatre Society’s musical production and a full-length comedy.

The festival presented in association with Rotary Club of Madras – Temple City would open with the Collaborated Theatre Show put together by The Boardwalkers Theatre Foundation by Michael Muthu, ASAP Productions by Amit Singh, Nicholas Productions by Denver Anthony Nicholas and Strayfactory Entd by Mathivanan Rajendran. The show would feature an act of 30 minutes duration by each group – comprising of mimes, short sketches and even one-act musicals – a format of entertainment very new to the city. The shows would be staged on January 27th, 7pm and January 28th, 2pm at the Museum Theatre.

The second performance at the festival would be the Archie the Musical based on the all loved comics! After a gap of 12 years, Archie and gang get back to Riverdale High for a high school reunion and what ensues is a kindling of the old romances, the rivalry between Betty and Veronica, Jughead dealing with fatherhood, Mr.Lodge’s attempts to keep Archie away from Veronica, the fight to save Pop Tates Chocolit Shoppe and more. The musical fused with cult numbers by Aerosmith, Billy Joel, Mr.Biggs and other artists would be supported by a live on-stage orchestra under the music direction of Shaun Roberts, with Nadisha Thomas as vocal conductor, choreography by Raj and directed by Denver Anthony Nicholas. It will be staged at the Museum Theatre on January 28th, 7pm and January 29th, 2pm and 7pm.

We are not going to reveal too much about the next shows in line, just so that you may stay glued to us in the days to come! Block your Calendars peoples!
Passes are priced at Rs.200, Rs.300 and Rs.500 and can either be picked up at Landmark Outlets or can be purchased online by clicking the below links!
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