Play : Susmitha & Nestlings
Directed by : Vidya V Ulithaya
Contact : Bhupesh Belagali , 9886918280
Date: 21st & 22nd Apr, 2011, 7:00 PM
Tickets are available online http://www.indianstage.in/EventDetails.do?eventId=1550
The Silent Theatre Laboratory presents the first production of its 2011 - 2012 season, Poornachandra Tejesvi's Susmitha & Nestlings, directed by Vidya V Ulithaya (Clutter: Based on True Story of the Poornachandra Tejesvi) Susmith & Nestlings is 90 mins play, will be staged on Thursday and Friday, April 21st at & 22nd At 7:00pm in K.H. Kalasoudha, Behind Abminaya Taranga/Bimba Hanumanth and inside the compound of Ramanjaneya Temple.
Through this play we want to show the Tejesvi's experiences about the nature(Aquatics, Reptiles, birds & mammals) this play is specially designed for kids above 5 years, In this play we are using mime, bale, Kalari, this play would be a platform for the kids to learn the nature's complications. Silent theatre laboratory (STL) was created for the sole purpose of setting a standard of professionalism, creativity and excellence in the performing arts.
Susmitha & Nestlings (translation of K. P.Poornachandra Tejesvi's 'Susmitha Mattu Hakkimari') play is a major part of this initiative. Susmitha & Nestlings is a vibrant, entertaining, and fun family play that carries with it a positive message of community building and cultural diversity.
For the first time in India STL is adopting a mime, bale, kalari into the talky stage play. Mime Influenced by the silent film stars like Chaplin, and Keaton, Marceau was the architect of a totally new style and tradition, the true creator and master of modern mime as we understand it today.