India Celebrated World Theatre Day

Home Insync Insync oi-Cara By Cara on March 30, 2010 Theatre artists from across the world observed World Theatre Day on March 27th with great enthusiasm. In India too, the day was marked with a number of plays in all the metros and cities. To mark the day, a number of plays were shown at the Tagore Hall in Srinagar to keep the art form alive in Kashmir. “As you all know that because of militancy prevailing in Kashmir for the past 18 years, theatre was most affected. But gradually some amateur theatres tried to revive it and are keeping the theatre culture alive. I am happy that from the past few years some theatre groups from outside have been coming to Srinagar to inform the new generation of Srinagar about theatre,” said Shabir Mujahid, Deputy Director of the state-owned Doordarshan in Srinagar. Meanwhile, theatre artistes in Shimla also performed several street plays as part of World Theatre Day. “I think most interesting for me was the active way of playing. You can get something about the story by seeing the actors” faces without knowing the language. What was interesting was the reaction of public. What I really got is… Read full this story

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