Udayan presents Ramu Ramanathan's play POSTCARDS FROM BARDOLI...

September 8, 2015 2:53:41 PM IST
MTG editorial

POSTCARDS FROM BARDOLI, written by Ramu Ramanathan and directed by Jaimini Pathak, will be staged by Udayan on 12th September 2015 at the Hall of Harmony, Nehru Centre at 6.30 pm.

The well-researched and sensitive play resurrects the Bardoli Satyagraha led by Sardar Vallab Patel in our context today and is ever more relevant for the present-day crisis that Indian farmers are facing.

Cast: Amol Parashar and Jaimini Pathak

Tickets: Free for Udayan members.
For others: Rs. 200
Donor passes will be available at the venue at show time.

About Udayan: Udayan is a cultural organisation associated with the Arts, Music, Dance and Theatre. Udayan is a registered public trust founded by Mrs. Amita Banerjee and like-minded trustees in 1990, devoted to promoting promising artists in music, dance, theatre and the fine arts. Since its inception, Udayan has organised a wide array of cultural programmes ranging from performances by legendary musicians like Pandit Bhimsen Joshi, Balamurak Krishna and other vocalists like Shubha Mudgal, Ajay Chakravarty, Qawwali by Gulam Faridkhan Nizami. Prominent amongst the dancers that Udayan has showcased are the Jhaven sisters, Kanak Rele, late Kelucharan Mahapatra and their students.

Udayan's association with theatre also boasts of plays like Satish Alekar's BEGUM BARVE, Feroz Khan's production of SALESMAN RAMLAL, Sunil Shanbag's production of TUMBARA and GOING SOLO- a production by three well-known directors, Rahul Da Cunha, Anahita Uberoi and Vikram Kapadia.

Mumbai Theatre Guide takes no responsibility for change in schedule.

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