To mark the World Theatre Day, Nishumbita is presenting Aam Admi, a street play in Hindi/Telugu on 25th March at Lamakaan. The play is directed by Rammohan Holagundi, and is about the common man and his struggle in life.
This year, Nishumbita will celebrate the World Theatre Day through 3 days, i. e., from March 25th to March 27th.
On March 26th, Aam Admi will be staged at the Cherlapalli Central Jail for the jail inmates, in collaboration with an NGO called Stars.
Aam Admi will be performed on the streets of the twin cities on March 27th for the general public.
Nishumbita Ballet And Theatre Group came into existence in 1995 to promote the values of dance and theatre among the populace of the twin cities. The group boasts 55 members - both amateur and professional artists.
The first production of Nishumbita was 'Lithuania' - an English play written by Rupert Brooke. Other plays that are part of Nishumbita's repertoire are Shrushti Ka Akhri Aadmi - a Hindi play written by Dharamveer Bharati; and Apahij - a Hindi play written by Bipin Kumar Agarwal.
Nishumbita's latest production, Dr. Girish Karnad's Nagamandala, was staged in January 2010.
Entry is free. A donation box will be made available at the venue, and the collected money will be donated to an orphanage. Please contact Ram Mohan Holagundi at 98492-56440 for further details.