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Ratnan Parpancha

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Wed, 9 Aug 2017 7:30PM
Ranga Shankara , south bangalore
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Scripted after research into Sri. G. P. Rajaratnam's life and works, and interviews with his family and friends, 'Ratnan Parpancha' is a tribute to the noted Kannada writer on the occasion of his birth centenary. The play includes interesting anecdotes from the life and works of the author, some of his most popular songs, and his most famous comedy, 'Kambliseve'.
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Ranga Shankara Ranga Shankara, No. 36/2, 8th Cross Road, JP Nagar, 2nd Phase Bengaluru, Karnataka 560078
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"An odd group of creaturesan old fish, a spirited girl, an eager boy, an ascetic and a bare treemake a long journey to the top of mount Kailash so they can have their wishes granted. But here, on the top of this mountain, the universe has other plans for them. What do they find and how do they find it?

Fish Tree Moon is as much about magic and destiny as it is about the heart of pursuit. Masks, puppets, shadow puppets, live music in a smattering of Kannada, Hindi and English bring this motley crew to life as they take on a voyage of friendship, fear, fascination and revelations."
"An odd group of creaturesan old fish, a spirited girl, an eager boy, an ascetic and a bare treemake a long journey to the top of mount Kailash so they can have their wishes granted. But here, on the top of this mountain, the universe has other plans for them. What do they find and how do they find it?

Fish Tree Moon is as much about magic and destiny as it is about the heart of pursuit. Masks, puppets, shadow puppets, live music in a smattering of Kannada, Hindi and English bring this motley crew to life as they take on a voyage of friendship, fear, fascination and revelations."
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Kola (Magna Talyakathi) is the second part in the Wada triology and is written by Mahesh Elkunchwar. Magna Talyakathi is a strongly written family drama having its roots in the first part, Wada Chirebandi. However watching Magna Talyakathi as an independent entity will equally give you a mesmerizing theatrical experience. Set in rural Vidharbha, the play talks about relationships, aspirations, joys, sorrows, anger, insecurity and many other human emotions which an individual from any place can easily relate to.

The second part Magna Talyakathi (Kola in Kannada) has been translated into Kannada by Nandini KR and Prashanth.
Theatre Tatkal presents the play 'Kola', directed by popular actor Achyut Kumar in Rangashankara on August 20.

Kola (Magna Talyakathi) is the second part in the Wada triology and is written by Mahesh Elkunchwar. Magna Talyakathi is a strongly written family drama having its roots in the first part, Wada Chirebandi. However watching Magna Talyakathi as an independent entity will equally give you a mesmerizing theatrical experience. Set in rural Vidharbha, the play talks about relationships, aspirations, joys, sorrows, anger, insecurity and many other human emotions which an individual from any place can easily relate to.

The second part Magna Talyakathi (Kola in Kannada) has been translated into Kannada by Nandini KR and Prashanth.
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'Beediyolagondu Maneya Maadi' in a satirical and a humorous vein comments

on the degenerating nature of religious festivals

and disproves traditional dogma in a realistic setting.

The play also successfully evokes the mores of a middle-class,

Kannada household as everybody await the final outcome of the battle of ideologies.
'Beediyolagondu Maneya Maadi' in a satirical and a humorous vein comments

on the degenerating nature of religious festivals

and disproves traditional dogma in a realistic setting.

The play also successfully evokes the mores of a middle-class,

Kannada household as everybody await the final outcome of the battle of ideologies.
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Two sistersone an intellectually brilliant paraplegic, the other a plodding writer--live under the same roof, dependent on each other, but inhabiting different emotional as well as linguistic worlds, English and Kannada. The arrangement is fraught not only because the sisters are involved with the same man, but because as they respond to life together, and separately, they continually modify the image they have of each other and the world around.

The twenty-first century is an era of electronic images. From every corner of our daily life images fling themselves at us, arguing, accusing, wheedling, until the very essence of our private existence seems threatened. But suppose the most deadly of these images were ones own shattered self?

Arundhati Nag plays both the sisters on stage and their many images, as they morph into one another, in one of the most compelling /complex / demanding roles of her career.
Two sistersone an intellectually brilliant paraplegic, the other a plodding writer--live under the same roof, dependent on each other, but inhabiting different emotional as well as linguistic worlds, English and Kannada. The arrangement is fraught not only because the sisters are involved with the same man, but because as they respond to life together, and separately, they continually modify the image they have of each other and the world around.

The twenty-first century is an era of electronic images. From every corner of our daily life images fling themselves at us, arguing, accusing, wheedling, until the very essence of our private existence seems threatened. But suppose the most deadly of these images were ones own shattered self?

Arundhati Nag plays both the sisters on stage and their many images, as they morph into one another, in one of the most compelling /complex / demanding roles of her career.
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Grusha heads to the north where her brother lives but she encounters many obstacles along the way as she tries to hide young Michael from the Fat Princes soldiers who want to kill him. She, for instance, pays two piasters for Michaels milk, hits a soldier with a piece of firewood and risks both hers and Michaels life to cross a bridge that is about to collapse.

When Grusha reaches the north, she seeks refuge in her brothers house. Lavrenti, her brother, later forces her into a marriage with a dying man called Jussup. Their marriage ceremony is conducted by a drunken monk. Soon after, the guests learn that the war is over. The dying man, who had feigned sickness to avoid going to war, miraculously recovers and Grusha is stuck with a husband she did not want. Grushas real love, Simon Shashava, who had been taking part in the war, returns and finds Grusha already married.

Soon after, the soldiers discover Grusha and forcefully take Michael away from her and return him to the city claiming that she belongs to the governors wife. Grusha follows Michael to the city. Natella also comes back to the city to claim custody of Michael so that she can inherit Georgis estate. The dispute over who should get Michael goes before the city judge, Azdak, who decides that a chalk circle be drawn on the floor and the child be placed in the middle. The two women are then ordered to pull him out of the circle and whoever manages would get him. Natella pulls so hard that she manages to get Michael out of the circle whereas Grusha refuses to pull hard for fear that they might tear the child apart. The judge then rules in favour of Grusha and orders Natella to leave. In the end, Grusha is also divorced from Jussup by the same judge.
The story begins on Easter Sunday, when Georgi Abashwili, the governor, is killed by his brother the Fat Prince, in a coup. The Fat Prince takes over the leadership of the city as everyone, including the governors wife, Natella, flees the city. Grusha, who is the governors maid, escapes with the Governors son, Michael, after his mother leaves him behind.

Grusha heads to the north where her brother lives but she encounters many obstacles along the way as she tries to hide young Michael from the Fat Princes soldiers who want to kill him. She, for instance, pays two piasters for Michaels milk, hits a soldier with a piece of firewood and risks both hers and Michaels life to cross a bridge that is about to collapse.

When Grusha reaches the north, she seeks refuge in her brothers house. Lavrenti, her brother, later forces her into a marriage with a dying man called Jussup. Their marriage ceremony is conducted by a drunken monk. Soon after, the guests learn that the war is over. The dying man, who had feigned sickness to avoid going to war, miraculously recovers and Grusha is stuck with a husband she did not want. Grushas real love, Simon Shashava, who had been taking part in the war, returns and finds Grusha already married.

Soon after, the soldiers discover Grusha and forcefully take Michael away from her and return him to the city claiming that she belongs to the governors wife. Grusha follows Michael to the city. Natella also comes back to the city to claim custody of Michael so that she can inherit Georgis estate. The dispute over who should get Michael goes before the city judge, Azdak, who decides that a chalk circle be drawn on the floor and the child be placed in the middle. The two women are then ordered to pull him out of the circle and whoever manages would get him. Natella pulls so hard that she manages to get Michael out of the circle whereas Grusha refuses to pull hard for fear that they might tear the child apart. The judge then rules in favour of Grusha and orders Natella to leave. In the end, Grusha is also divorced from Jussup by the same judge.
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From childhood to old age, a human life goes through various stages - physically and emotionally. A child becoming an old man or an old man becoming a child, thus completing the circle of life, is a miracle in life as each stage of life has its own unique gift to give to humanity. Let us remember that at each stage of our life, we are protected and nurtured by nature. We ought to take the same attitude toward nurturing the human life cycle as we do toward saving environment. Be it a child or a boy or an old man, life at every stage is precious, very very precious.
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'Dam-E-Tasleem', a play in Hindustani, is in three visions and Hindustani Translation of Naomi Wallace's 'The Fever Chart, Three Visions of Middle East'.

Vision One, A State of Innocence, is set as the playwright describes, in "something like a small zoo, but more silent, empty, in Rafah, Palestine. Or a space that once dreamed it was a zoo" - and features a Palestinian woman, an Israeli architect, and an Israeli soldier.

Vision Two, Between this Breath and You, takes place after hours in the waiting room of a clinic in West Jerusalem, where a Palestinian father confronts the nurse's aide, a young Israeli woman, about the meaning of the loss of his son and the impact it had on her life.

Vision Three, The Retreating World, is of an Iraqi bird keeper from Baghdad and his address before the International Pigeon Convention.

These multifaceted works explore the urgency and complexity of the Middle East's political landscape, through the voices and bodies of the people who inhabit it.
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Life is about small details than bigger definitions. Love, anticipation, desperation and dreams make life a well garnished experience and these smaller notes are what makes life worth living. The compilation of small stories in Vasudhendra's Mithuna, based on Telugu original by Sriramana is one such garnished experience and gives a sense of life fulfilled with these smaller elements without much pomp and glory of intellectual reasoning.

The effort with this play is a sincere try towards bringing on stage, these elements that make life beautiful, simplistic yet contented. Childhood lurings, teenage attractions, old age love and the memories these experiences leave behind in one's life is what makes the life of a common man. Our effort is to bring up these common yet special elements that make the common man's life an uncommon one.
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