By MTG editorial

Writer : Isheeta Ganguly
Director : Isheeta Ganguly
Cast : Meher Acharia Dar, Avantika Akerker & Isheeta Ganguly


THREE WOMENThis musical theatre production based on three iconic women that represent Rabindranath Tagore's Bengali Renaissance, two of whom are fictional and one of them is from his own life. Bimala the female protagonist of Tagore's novella 'The Home and the World' and Charu her counterpart from his work, 'The Broken Nest', are seen from the perspective of Kadambari Devi, Tagore's sister-in-law and lifetime muse, as they instigate change from patriarchy towards progression and freedom.

Set to Electronika and folk-pop beats and laced with pathos and edgy humour, Meher Acharia Dar, Avantika Akerker and Isheeta Ganguly play urban, educated women of the 21st century, who are negotiating their notion of identity and self-worth in relation to the times that they live in, voicing issues relevant to the global gender empowerment discussion. Costumes by Tarun Tahiliani and live accompaniment by Sunita Bhuyan on the violin and Suchet Malhotra on percussion.

Please click here for the Mumbai Theatre Guide review of the play

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