THEATRE FEST "16th Natsamrat Natya Utsav" > 6:30pm on 6th to 10th March 2019 - Delhi Events
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THEATRE FEST "16th Natsamrat Natya Utsav" > 6:30pm on 6th to 10th March 2019

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Venue : Muktadhara Auditorium, Banga Sanskriti Bhavan, 18-19 Bhai Veer Singh Marg
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Time : 6:30 pm Add to Calendar 06/03/2019 18:30 10/03/2019 20:30 Asia/Kolkata THEATRE FEST "16th Natsamrat Natya Utsav" Event Page : https://www.delhievents.com/2019/03/theatre-fest-16th-natsamrat-natya-utsav-muktadhara-auditorium-banga-sanskriti-bhavan.html Muktadhara Auditorium, Banga Sanskriti Bhavan, 18-19 Bhai Veer Singh Marg, New Delhi 110001 DD/MM/YYYY

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

Venue : Muktadhara Auditorium, Banga Sanskriti Bhavan, 18-19 Bhai Veer Singh Marg, New Delhi 110001
Landmark : Between Gol Market and St. Columba’s School
Venue Info : Map | Nearest Metro Stations -  'R. K. Ashram Marg(Blue Line)' & 'Shivaji Stadium(Orange Line)' & 'Patel Chowk(Yellow Line)Exit Gate - 3'

Event Description : THEATRE : NATSAMRAT presents "16th Natsamrat Natya Utsav"

Schedule of Natsamarat Natya Utsav at 6:30pm :

6th March : WATING FOR GODOT
Translation by Krishn Baldev, Witten by Samuel Beckett and Directed by Mohit Tripathi
The plot of Samuel Beckett's Waiting for Godot is simple to relate. Two men, Vladimir and
Estragon, meet near a tree. They converse on various topics and reveal that they are waiting there for a man named Godot. While they wait, two other men enter. Pozzo is on his way to the market to sell his slave, Lucky. He pauses for a while to converse with Vladimir and Estragon. Lucky entertains them by dancing and thinking, and Pozzo and Lucky leave. After Pozzo and Lucky leave, a boy enters and tells Vladimir that he is a messenger from Godot. He tells Vladimir that Godot will not be coming tonight, but that he will surely come tomorrow. Vladimir asks him some questions about Godot and the boy departs. After his departure, Vladimir and Estragon decide to leave, but they do not move as the curtain falls. The next night, Vladimir and Estragon again meet near the tree to wait for Godot. Lucky and Pozzo enter again, but this time Pozzo is blind and Lucky is dumb. Pozzo does not remember meeting the two men the night before. They leave and Vladimir and Estragon continue to wait. Shortly after, the boy enters and once again tells Vladimir that Godot will not be coming. He insists that he did not speak to Vladimir yesterday. After he leaves, Estragon and Vladimir decide to leave, but again they do not move as the curtain falls, ending the play.

7th March : CHAMKOUR KI GARHI
Wriiten by Dr. Harcharan Singh and Directed by Harjeet Singh Sidhu
Chamkour di Gadi’ play Regarded as one of the most important battle of the Sikh history. It
was against the Mughal army led by Nahar Khan; the Muslim commander was killed, while on Sikh side the remaining two elder sons of the Guru – Ajit Singh and Jujhar Singh, along with other Sikh soldiers were killed in this battle.

8th March : SAIYAN BHAYE KOTWAL
Wriiten by Vasant Sabnis and Directed by Sanjay Bhasin
Saiyan Bhaye Kotwal is a translation of famous Marathi folk play Vichha Majhi Puri Kara,
which was written by Vasant Sabnis. The story of the play is focused on the king and his
scheming prime minister. As per the hierarchy, the present Havaldar have to be promoted to that post. However, the wronged Havaldar and hi girl Mainavati, a dancer, plans to frame the new Kotwal. The play is based on traditional tamasha and is a slapstick comedy which brings out the political undercurrents of nepotism.

9th March : GORAKHDHANDHA
Wriiten by Jayvardhan and Directed by J.P.Singh
When money becomes the be all and end all of one’s existence, when money becomes one’s religion then all relations, all ethics and morals are rendered meaningless. When one’s sole aim is to accumulate wealth then the person’s conniving mind keeps on scheming towards that end.
There are some people who are adept at extracting something out of nothing. The protagonist of this play is such a character who will resort to any means to hoodwink people out of their money.
While seemingly he is being helpful and charitable towards others, however, all he is doing is helping himself in the guise of helping others. He believes that there is a certain honesty to his dishonesty. In his games of deceit, he is forced to tell lies after lies till in the end he is so caught up in his web of untruths that he is neither able to give up nor get out. Gorakhdhandha is a fictional play based on true stories. Its dialogues and anecdotes don’t just tickle our funny bone but rather force us to break out into bouts of laughter.

10th March : SANDHYA CHHAYA
Wriiten by Jaywant Dalvi and Directed by Sudesh Sharma
Sandhya Chhaya is a story about an old couple, an aged couple who spent their lives in the
upbringing of their children and they are the ones who live alone and long for the love, affection and togetherness of their children.
It is a story about a man and woman fondly called Nana, Nani respectively and it deals with the emotional turmoil the parents have to go through. In spite of having being deprived of love from their children, they still have the courage to fight the melancholy and pathos of their lives. They support and love each other and as the play unfolds, the audience also falls in love with them.
Older people who are not so useful in today's materialistic age bear the brunt of the changing values. They get lonelier and lonelier. This play is entertaining and simultaneously it tells us about old age and Loneliness. It is a great play, which can be very easily called a classic of Modern times.
They have two sons, Deenu (the elder one) and Nandu (the younger one). Deenu is settled in USA and Nandi is in the Air Force. Deenu very rarely comes to meet his parents. He just sends money at regular intervals, meanwhile as the play progresses, they get to know that Nandu has been killed in the war. The whole play revolves on the nuclear families’ concept where in the parents are left alone and their children are settled somewhere else.
The whole play is poignant collective mixture of emotions portrayed by an old couple, be it
happiness, loneliness, love for kids, their childhood etc.
On the whole, the play stresses on the fact and asks the society a very straightforward question that parents who have been there for us the whole life, do they deserve such a lonely old age? Do they really?

Accompanied Fest : 3rd Mahavidyala Natya Utsav at 8:00 pm
(All shows duration max. 30 minutes)

6th March : BEEMAR
Wriiten by Saadat Hassan Manto and Directed by Prince

7th March : DJINNS OF EIDGAH
Wriiten by Abhishek Majumdar and Directed by Aadhar

8th March : CHETNA
Wriiten and Directed by Team

9th March : THE SHADOW BOX
Wriiten by Michael Christopher and Directed by Chandan Kumar

10th March : EINSTEIN
Wriiten by Mohan Maharishi and Directed by Abdus Ansari

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