Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Rang Dhuli directed by Tripurari Sharma from 12th to 19th May 2009

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In May the National School of Drama will be staging performances of two new productions. These are as follows: • Second year production directed by Dinesh Khanna from 15th to 20th May. • The NSD Repertory Company will be presenting its play Sadarame from 21st to 24th May '09. Written by Ballave Narahari Shastri, the play is designed and directed by B. Jayshree. Shows will be at the Abhimanch auditorium at 6:30 p.m. daily. Additional shows will be held on 23rd and 24th may at 3:30 p.m. Please keeping checking this space for further details Enquiries: 23073236, 23389402, 23387916 © Copyright 2004 National School of Drama. All rights reserved. Diploma Production Final Year Productions Second Year Productions Repertory Production

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Third year production Rang Dhuli directed by Tripurari Sharma will be performed from 12th to 19th May 2009. Synopsis - Rangdhuli

This play is being presented keeping in mind issues of the upliftment, downfall and identity of the Biden community. The plot of the play revolves around and provides glimpses into the unique and unpredictable realities of the women, girls and boys of the community, who traverse the journey from singing and dancing in local festivals and weddings to creating a niche fro themselves on the stage, and finally ending up in beer bars. In search of a pinch of sindur, the sanction of their fathers’ names and a recognition of their social identity, these women and children have been struggling relentlessly from the tenth century till today...

The play also aims to throw light on the struggle of the Biden women to win respect and recognition of their identities. Despite the difficulties in the way, these brave and resilient women do not give up and do not hesitate even in going to court, where they finally win their battle for identity and respect. Having faced disappointment from the Thakur’s side, Leela once again raises questions before society and goes on to celebrate a colour-drenched Holi.

Sanskaar Rang Toli invites applications from children between 8 to 16 years of age as of 1st May, 2009 for participation in its Summer Theatre Workshop 2009. The workshop aims at the social integration, of children to sensitize them towards themselves and their surroundings through theatre activities in a play-way method... 23389054 (Direct), 23382821, 23389402 Ext.: 37 E-mail: tie_nsd@rediffmail.com Enquiries: 23389402, 23387916 News Archives © Copyright 2004 National School of Drama. All rights reserved.

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