Yayati by Girish Karnad at Ranga Shankara

by Vinaya HS on February 22, 2007

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Artistes’ Repertory Theatre presents Yayati by Girish Karnad.

This production premiered the playwright’s own translation, at the opening of Kannada Rangabhoomi-Namaskara on October 24 2006, at Ravindra Kalakshetra. A powerful script with a powerful cast!

Raza Hussain, last seen in his highly acclaimed performance as Tipu Sultan in ART’s popular production of The Dreams of Tipu Sultan, plays Yayati. Sukhita Aiyar plays Sharmishtha with Veena Appiah as Devayani, Kartik Kumar as Pooru, Mythri Surendra as Swarnalata and Anjalika Kapur as Chitralekha. Directed by Arundhati Raja; Set & Lighting design by M. S. Sathyu; Costumes by Jayanthi; Music by Sankarshan Kini also on Tabla and vocal by Dipti Rao.

27 & 28 February at the Ranga Shankara.

Tickets: Rs.100/- available at the venue from 27 Feb or call 32930847 for advance telebooking (tickets to be collected by 6:45pm on day of show)

Don’t miss it!




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amita October 7, 2007 at 11:39 AM

want to read english version of YAYATI

THIYAM NAOBA SINGH June 26, 2009 at 12:33 PM

it a very interesting play on indian myth. it good for us that one of our stste playwright had translated into our own dialect.

THIYAM NAOBA SINGH June 26, 2009 at 12:35 PM

it’s a very interesting play on indian myth. it’s good for us that one of our state playwright had translated into our own dialect.

kranti pandey October 25, 2009 at 9:12 PM

i want to read english and hindi version of yayati

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