The Abhinaya National Theatre Monthly magazine, in association with the AP State Film, TV & Theatre Development Corporation, the Department of Culture of the AP Government, and the South Zone Cultural Centre (Thanjavur), is organising the Abhinaya National Theatre Festival 2010, from 16th to 19th August, at the Ravindra Bharathi auditorium.
5 stage plays and 2 street plays from various parts of the country will be staged during the 4-day festival, as given below:
6:30pm - Bharatanatyam By N Dedeepya
7:00pm - Inauguration of the festival
7:30pm - Vemana, a Telugu play by Sri Satya Sai Kalaniketan, Hyderabad
5:00pm - Pulaata, a street play by Moulali Kala Niketan, Vizianagaram
7:00pm - Equus, an English play by Ranan, Kolkata
5:00pm - Street Play
7:00pm - Maye Andre Maye, a Kannada play by Ambari, Bangalore
5:00pm - Yellow Eyes, a multi-lingual play by Poor Theatre, Mahabubnagar
6:30pm - Closing Ceremony
7:30pm - Rajarshi Bhagyachandra, a Manipuri play by Banian Repertory Theatre, Manipur
Abhinaya National Theatre Monthly was founded in the 2004 by Gadde Srinivas, a theatre artiste. Srinivas holds a diploma in theater arts. Quitting his lucrative profession in Telugu movies, he started Abhinaya, a first-of-its-kind magazine in India dedicated exclusively to theatre.
He organises many events throughout the year, like the State Theatre Festival in Guntur, and Padya Nataka Festival and Nataka Rachana Poteelu in Hyderabad.
Please contact G Srinivas at 93911-11622 for further details.