Friday, April 5, 2013

An Evening With Anton Chekhov, April 19 to 21, 2013

Who was lifted up to kiss his grandmother in her coffin?
Why should a man need protection from the SPCA?
How many ladies ran out of their homes improperly dressed during the eclipse?
Who locked up the old clown in the theatre?



(three tragi-comedies and a farce)
The Harmfulness of Tobacco
“If you take a fly and put him in a snuff box, he will die, probably from nervous exhaustion.”
A Man with a Violent Temper
“How can you tell a lady you do not love her? That’s as rude as telling an author he can’t write.”
A Reluctant Tragic Hero
“You get so shaken up that your bones ache all night and you dream of crocodiles.”
Swan Song  
“I am like the wind blowing across the lonely fields. I shall die, and no one will remember me.”

Ranga Shankara, April 19 & 20, 7.30 pm, April 21, 3.30 and 7.30 pm.  

Direction: Anmol Vellani
Cast: Anish Victor, Sachin Gurjale, Ashish D’Abreo, Nakul Bhalla, Sharanya Ramprakash, Prashanth Nair, Ravindra Vijay

Tickets: Rs 150
Available at; (Tel: 39895050)
and Ranga Shankara
Telebooking: Lakshmi Menon 99010 91091

“Marked by brilliant performances!” – The Hindu
“Rarely does one get to see acting of this calibre.” – Deccan Herald
“. . . the stagecraft soared . . .” – Citizen Matters

Official selection for the MetroPlus Theatre Festival

rafiki & Toto Funds the Arts Production

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