TALK "Delhi Theatre - Towards an Oral History" with Jana Natya Manch > 6pm on 4th January 2019 - Delhi Events
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TALK "Delhi Theatre - Towards an Oral History" with Jana Natya Manch > 6pm on 4th January 2019

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Venue : Studio Safdar, May Day Bookstore & Cafe 2254/2A, Ground Floor, Shadi Khampur
Discussion

Time : 6:00 pm Add to Calendar 04/01/2019 18:00 04/01/2019 20:00 Asia/Kolkata TALK "Delhi Theatre - Towards an Oral History" with Jana Natya Manch Event Page : https://www.delhievents.com/2018/12/talk-delhi-theatre-oral-history-jana-natya-manch-studio-safdar.html Studio Safdar, May Day Bookstore & Cafe 2254/2A, Ground Floor, Shadi Khampur, New Ranjit Nagar, New Delhi - 110008 DD/MM/YYYY

Duration : 2 hours

Entry : Free (Seating on First-Come First-Served Basis)

Venue : Studio Safdar, May Day Bookstore & Cafe 2254/2A, Ground Floor, Shadi Khampur, New Ranjit Nagar, New Delhi - 110008
Venue Info : About | Map | Nearest Metro Station - 'Shadipur(Blue Line)Exit Gate-5'
Landmark : next to DMS booth

Event Description : "Delhi Theatre - Towards an Oral History" Discussion with Jana Natya Manch

Discussions on Amateur Theatre

Non-commercial theatre groups often identify themselves as ‘amateur’ or else independent. This ‘amateur’ theatre has had a big role in sustaining theatre activity in urban centers. Yet, amidst the expanding budgets of big theatre productions, the difficulty of practicing socially committed independent theatre has been constantly noted by artists and activists. In such an environment, it is necessary that we initiate an engagement with our contemporary past in order to gain insight about our present situation. With this view in our mind, we are holding a series of public discussions with members of Delhi-based independent theatre groups of the 1970s and 1980s. These Discussions will be hosted by Deepanshu Mahajan. He is a research student at the University of Delhi. His M.Phil research entails studying the history of independent theatre in Delhi.

Jana Natya Manch

Through its valuable contributions to the field of street theatre, Janam has attained an incontestable space in theatre practice in India. Founded in 1973, Janam has made consistent efforts to create a theatre which caters to the concerns of the working and marginalized sections of the society. Janam’s large repertoire has shown the viability of practicing political theatre in India.

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