The script is currently the most debatable and is relevant worldwide. It talks about the global link where every human can connect with each other and can see each other’s actions and activities live. The script is inspired by Edward Snowden’s revelation. The play talks about ‘Privacy’ of a human; analyses the private and public sphere of an individual.
The play Privacy is a story of a writer who is hiding all these years in her shell. She’s afraid of coming out in public and the social media. Heartbroken and after having a deep interaction with a psychoanalyst, she is determined to take on the world. She wants to write a play, meet new people, interact and experience their lives. Through the process of meeting she is introduced to the social media and technologies and learns how they are involved in surveilling. She unwraps herself in front of the society and eventually ends up meeting someone alike.
Ajay Khatri is a graduate from National School of Drama. He has guided numerous theater workshops. He has been a creative source of energy to young theatre aspirants of independent theatre groups ,school, colleges and NGOs. He started his journey in 2005 and directed many plays including Surya ki antim kiran se surya ki pehli kiran tak, Yayati, Illa, Komal gandhar, Sashtra santan, Khajuraon ke shilpi. He has worked on stage and designed lights in various national projects like Othello, Comedy of terrors, Arjun Partigya. His experimental work pieces include Sashtra Santan ,Hamlet, 1984, Big Mama`s funeral, Saturday Night and Privacy.