Posts Tagged ‘Rangashankara’

Theatre and Arts – Appreciating the Course to begin with!!

November 15, 2008

Dear art lovers, it s been a great pleasure and honour  to have been a part of the recently concluded Theatre and Arts Appreciation course. Sincere thanks to RangaShankara (read Arundati Nag) and gratitude towards the Conductor, so to say – Sadanand Menon. Blessed we were, as Aru maam rightly mentioned to have listened to the precious stories of the Whos Who in the Art and Music world.

It also gave us the opportunity to witness some of the most extraordinaly, meticulous, out of the world and simple theatrical performances. We could understand them better, having had discussions with the cast and crew of some of these plays.

The course has definately opened our eyes to the Art world (given a new perspective to those who already had their eyes open). Hope to keep the quest going and hoping to learn lots more.

Here are some photographs and briefs of a few of the plays we watched together.

The “Enlightened Souls”

The enlightened lot with our guide and mentor Sadanand Menon

The enlightened lot with our guide and mentor Sadanand Menon

 

Navroze Contractor Jazzing up the session

Navroze Contractor Jazzing up the session

 

Navroze Contractor shared some candid moments and experiences right from his childhood to his latest Bharat Parikrama.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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