Natrang to stage 20 shows in Kashmir
Jammu, Oct 20: Natrang is staging 20 plays at different places in the Valley from October 22.
This was stated by Natrang Director, Balwant Thakur while addressing a news conference here.
He said Natrang had initiated a major project to revive the traditional theatre of Kashmir, ‘Bhand Pather’
Giving the details about the plays to be staged, he said, the first show ‘Chaat Kapat’ is scheduled to be held at Momin Sahib, Pulwama which will be presented by Kashmir Bhand Theatre. On October 23, two plays ‘Tsalgoom’ and ‘Do-Vout’ will be presented at Chikura, Tanmarg, and Tilgam Pattan by Baba Rishi Folk Theatre and Kaatrishi Bhand Theatre respectively. Dilkash Folk Theatre and Gulistaan Folk Theatre will perform the plays ‘Naav-Laj-Danji and ‘Daaj Pather’ at Shatwaari Nagri, Kupwara and Trukpora Rajawarah Kupwara respectively on October 24, he added.
He said, on October 25, Gulmarg Folk Theatre and Manasbal Folk Theatre would present their plays ‘Khoshwen-Aabmaler’ and ‘Agnigaat’ at Daangarpora Pattan and Nayedkhai Bandipora respectively. There will be only one play ‘Naaz-Kukli-Hund Wazwan’ on October 27 by Sultan Bhagat Theatre at Gundipora Kulgam, he added.
He said on October 28, two plays viz ‘Vate Manz Vath’ and ‘Gaash-Letch’ would be performed by Manishah Folk Theatre and Valley Folk Theatre at Pakharpora Pulwama and Tujan Charar-e-Sharif respectively. Kashmir Bhagat Theatre will present the play ‘Maskhar Pather’ at Lisser Kokernag Islamabad (Anantnag) and Alamdaar Bhagat Theatre will present ‘Khabar-Aawama’ at Ashmkam, Anantnag on October 29. On October 30, Luk Pather Centre will present the play Kakun-Pension’ at Khanshab, Badgam and National Bhand Theatre will present ‘Hanga-Te-Manga’ at Hayatpora, Badgam. On last day, Wullar theatre will present ‘Sounhair Qadam’ at Raypora Ganderbal and Arnimal Folk Theatre will present the play ‘Yairvin Nav’ at Sudanora, Bandipora.
On November 1, Alamdaar Luk Theatre will perform ‘Dandawazun’ at Chirangam, Badgam and Sheesh Mahal Folk Theatre will present ‘Panun Raaj’ at Ratson Badgam.
The series of these will conclude on November 2 with the performances ‘Kak-Volukh-Qabri by Bomai Luk Theatre at Dilana Baramula and ‘Yee NarKetha Chewi’ by Bomai Bhand Theatre at Phurupath handwara, Balamulla.
Lastupdate on : Thu, 20 Oct 2011 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Thu, 20 Oct 2011 18:30:00 GMT
Lastupdate on : Fri, 21 Oct 2011 00:00:00 IST
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