All those who were thrilled with Sutradhar's play Main Nathulal Godse a few months ago, have reason to rejoice. To celebrate World Theater Day, they are back with another novel, innovatively structured and interesting story - Kisi Aur Ka Sapna.
Kisi Aur Ka Sapna is a multi-era, kaleidoscopic depiction of the personalities of amateur theater artists, theater politics, and extraneous forces that have moulded and shaped them over the ages. It is a one act, 60 minute play that tells the story of five typical amateur theater actors. An episodic play, it has three different interpretations of an idea by each of them set in different periods.
It begins in a period before monarchy and ends with the exploitation of the illiterate by the trade unionists. The play also depicts the trials and tribulations of a theater actor, how desperate one is to act on stage and how in turn he is taken to task by the group. It also takes a dig at the rulers, bureaucracy and the trade unions for being selfish and how adept they are at taking the masses for a ride.
The actors shuffle amongst themselves between periods and characters. Kisi Aur Ka... is written by Nand Kishore Acharya and directed by Prof. Bhaskar Shewalkar and Vinay Varma. It will be staged at 1930 hrs on the 26th of March at Saptaparini. Donor passes are available for Rs. 50.
For further details, please call 9848052541, 9849408561, 9849331347, 9866103290 and 55821789.