Rags of Memory is an international theatre workshop conducted online by Instabili Vaganti from Italy.
Alliance française du Bengale, Oakridge Foundation & Culture Monks in association with Masterpeace are very happy to announce the ¨Une Soirée pleine d’histoires (An Evening of Stories) ¨ on the International Day of Peace, on September 21, 2019 at Alliance française du Bengale, Park Mansions, Park Street. The timing is from 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm.
Young Monks Theatre Summer Camp is an intensive theatre camp for children. It introduces children to basics of theatre through games and exercises. The participant will learn about scripting a performance, the technicalities of acting on stage and then finally the confidence to perform in front of an audience. Mentored by experienced faculty who have conducted workshops throughout Indian and abroad, we hope that the child will cherish this experience.
a session of improvisation & dialogue.
A Brief Interview with Janardan Ghosh by Rijita Chatterjee in The Year 2010 for Surrey University Rijita – Mr. Ghosh, first let me start with a very fundamental question: when and how did you get into theatre? Janardan – There was a familiar desire to take part in my school’s annual plays which initiated me … Continue reading a brief interview with janardan ghosh by rijita chatterjee
training program for children in theatre, films, visual arts & creative writing.
Jean-Jacques Lemêtre has composed the music for all shows of the Théâtre du Soleil since 1979. He has performed with several French symphonic orchestras, engages - partly exclusively - in the music and the instruments of the Middle Ages (Orchestre Médiéval de Paris), works with Pierre Boulez in his Orchestre Inter contemporain. In between he … Continue reading jean jacques lemêtre : the musical soul of théâtre du soleil
an interview with Nicola Pianzola - founder & performer of the theatre group called Instabili Vaganti (from Italy). The interview is about their project called Megalopolis which is about the body & identity in new urban spaces.
Critical Analysis of Janardan Ghosh’s Theatrical adaptation of Girish Karnad’s Hayavadana by Dr. Payal Trivedi
Janardan Ghosh’s Theatrical adaptation of Girish Karnad’s Hayavadana: A Transcendental Experience –
Dr. Payal Trivedi
Theatre director Janardan Ghosh (Kolkata) stands apart from his contemporaries on account of his philosophical approach to theatre which is unlike the commercial outlook of the urban Indian drama largely oriented towards making monetary profit. Ghosh’s statement, “Theatre I pine for (is)… A Transcendental leap into the unknown with the calmness of a Sannyasin”…(Ghosh interviewed 2010) is certainly a unique perspective which recalls for us the sacred tradition of art in India devoid of materialistic concerns espoused by the ancient Indian treatise the Natyasastra(200BCE – 200 CE). This is best reflected in his presentation of the renowned Indian playwright Girish Karnad’s play Hayavadana (Padatak Theatre Kolkata 2010) The production can undoubtedly be called ‘old’ considering the fact that it is almost been five years since its inception. Nevertheless, Ghosh’s illumination of the spiritual…
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Dr. Payal Trivedi in dialogue with Janardan Ghosh, on his experience of directing Hayavadana. Payal: Firstly please tel us something about the choice of doing Hayavadana for the contemporary audience. Janardan: Well…. it was Sri Shyamanand Jalan’s (the founder of Padatik) advice to do a Girish Karnad play. Girish was then in Kolkata attending a Badal Sircar Festival. … Continue reading Dialogue with Janardan Ghosh