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The Phoenix Players


The Phoenix Players

The Phoenix Players was established in 1984 by the multi-faceted couple Salim Ghouse and Anita Salim, alumni of the Film & Television Institute of India (FTII). The group has been staging plays in India and abroad.

Since inception, the group has interpreted, using diverse theatre elements like mime, movement and martial arts, the work of great litterateurs like Mevlana Rumi, William Shakespeare, Henrik Ibsen, Jean Genet, Athol Fugard, Peter Handke, Neil Simon and Harold Pinter. "A harmony of the elements, a theatre of economy" – sums up in a nutshell, the overall approach of The Phoenix Players.


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