Rajeev Naik's Plays Translated

January 1, 2021 6:48:33 PM IST
MTG editorial

Three of Rajeev Naik's plays, translated into English from the original Marathi by Shanta Gokhale, have been published. The plays are SANDHA (The Joint), AKHERCHA PARV (The Last Chapter) nbd SATHECHYA KAY KARACHYA (What I To Be Done About Sathe) and the publisher is Bhubaneswar-based Dhauli Books.

Naik, whose short bio reads, "Rajeev Naik is a renowned naatakvala, and has written eleven and a half plays as well as five translations. He is also a poet, short story writer, editor, teacher and theorist, and writes in Marathi. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Philosophy & Psychology and has completed his post-graduation as well as Ph.D. in Linguistics & Aesthetics. Rajeev Naik has taught in Mumbai and Pune University, and has worked on subjects like Space and Time in Theatre, Myth in Theatre, and Theatre Semiotics. He was associated with the theatre group, Antarnatya from 1984 to 1998. Rajeev Naik is also the recipient of numerous fellowships and awards."

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