Category: Theatre

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RAKSH by Daood Hussain

The Play Ravana, after completing his education, returns home only to find out how King of Devas (Indra), who resides in Devlok (present Iran), is suppressing Danavas and other small communities. Although he doesn’t...

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LOK SHAKUNTALA by K.V. Subbanna

The Play Loka Shakuntala, though based on the popular story of Shakuntala, has been made special by bringing about a subtle analysis of socio-political aspects of the period along with poetic depiction of the...

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ADHE ADHURE by Mohan Rakesh

The Play Savitri, a middle aged woman, is dissatisfied with her circumstances. She has an unemployed son, a promiscuous teen daughter and a husband, who has failed to provide her emotional and financial security....

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Inauguration of Theatre Olympics today at Red Fort

Sujata Prasad, from Ministry of Culture addressing Journalists at the inaugural press conference. Waman Kendre, Director NSD can be seen in the foreground The 8th Theatre Olympics is being organized by National School of...

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Mohan Se Mahatma – a review by Manohar Khushalani

– A play about how Mohan discovered Ahimsa and became Mahatma   As a Part of IIC’s ‘Festival of the Arts’ 2017, Pierrot’s Troupe presented ‘Mohan Se Mahatma’, directed by Sayeed Alam. It was...

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Nostalgia Street

by Manohar Khushalani Having been associated with Street Theatre from late seventies my memories of Jan Natya Manch are equally old. It was way back in 1977 that I first met Safdar Hashmi. Our...

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Bharat Rang Mahotsav’16

Synopsis of six plays performed at Bharat Rang Mahotsav’16 The Mother of a Traitor It was performed in Dollu Kunitha Form. It is one of the popular folk forms of Karnataka. It is generally...

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18th Bharat Rang Mahotsav: Plays performed

Plays performed at the 18th Bharat Rang Mahotsav on Feb 2, 2016 Play: Play: Agnivarsham Playwright: Girish Karnad Director: Dr. Ram Mohan Holagundi Group: Nishumbita Ballet & Theatre Group, Hyderabad Language: Telugu Duration: 2hrs 20mins The...