The Green Plays Project is an outdoor theatre event featuring 5 one act plays and a post-show community discussion with the aim to inspire our community to take healthy steps towards a more sustainable future. Sweta featured in 2 of the 5 plays on September 25th 2021. A Window by Whiti Hereaka and Lifeday by Jessica Huang.
In these uncertain times it’s hard to tell the difference between truth and lie... River’s Edge Theatre Co. presents the next edition of our signature interactive storytelling experience. Witness people telling their stories live via Zoom, and then test your intuition to see if you can tell who’s lying and who’s telling the truth. The audience votes TRUTH or LIE, a virtual storytelling event on March 13 2021.
The COVID Monologues,” a project presented by Breath of Fire Latina Theater Ensemble, honors people who have died from COVID-19. The 24 videos are each about five minutes long. Some of the videos in the collection feature actors performing directly to the camera. Sweta featured on May 2021 in " The American Dream' written by Meghan Covington. Link to monologue in Reels.
The pandemic a young woman offers an unusual virtual service to those carrying the weight of the world. Little does she know, big revolutions can take place on such a small screen. Can she navigate this uncharted territory without losing business and her mind? 5 wildly different clients test her limits in this strange but relevant dramedy about pandemic life in a Virtual Performance January 16th 2020 by Rivers edge Theatre Company.
A series of sketches by Joe DiNozzi of a light satirical nature, making fun of the acting world, love, relationships, and New York life. Showcased at The Producers Club in Manhattan in 2016.
A play by Ashvin Gidwani directed by Tushar Dalvi, a comedy of errors and colossal confusion revolving around two married couples, hotel staff, a suite and a birthday ! Sweta performed and travelled for this play in 2010 to several cities in India.
Sequel to the popular play Visit visa. The protagonist Gagan Mudgal "Dilip" is now an established, well-loved and popular RJ at a leading radio station in Dubai, married to his girlfriend and well-entrenched into the NRI mode of life. Sweta Keswani, playing Dilip’s wife, is both an attractive and emotive actress, bringing glamour to Dilip’s solo act in the earlier play. While Residence Visa, as we’d all expect, evokes laughter throughout, it also takes a snide look at the ridiculous aspects of our lives in the Gulf. Sweta travelled and performed in 2007 in Dubai for this show.
A play written by Sweta Keswani directed by the late legend Tom Alter. After losing her costume designer and friend in the historical Mumbai floods of 2006, Sweta was inspired to write about loss and how the living struggle to move on.