Saturday, December 13, 2008

Karnnabharam at Rangayana Mysore

KARNNABHARAM (The anguish of Karnna), The Malayalam adaptation of the Sanskrit Classic Performed by Lokadharmi Kochi Kerala is invited to Mysore. The play is written by Mahakavi Bhasa, translated into Malayalam by Kavalam Narayana Panikkar, Music direction by Bijibal and the Design & Direction is done by Chandradasan.

·        This play has won the prestigious awards for Best play, best stage design & best costume design from Mahindra Excellence in Theatre Awards 2008.

·        Also nominated for best Actor, best Ensemble and best Choreography in the festival

Karnnabharam will be performed at Vanaranga, the open theatre at Rangayana Mysore as part of the National theatre festival Bahuroopi on 28th December 2008 evening.

Earlier Karnnabharam had been performed in Gulburga and Bangaluru in Karnataka and also in the major cities all over India that includes Kolkota (Bengal), Hyderabad, Vijayanagaram (Andhra Pradesh), Jagdalpur (Chatisgad), Cuttack (Orissa), Patna (Bihar), New Delhi, and Kurukshethra (Hariyana). 

This play is performed widely in major theatre festivals all over India including Bharath Rang Mahotsav New Delhi 2006.

This is the 316th shows of the play.

The artists traveling to perform the play are Sudheer Babu, VR Selvaraj, Aarjith Babu, Sijin Sukumar, Madan Kolavil, Sebastian K Abraham, Jyothi Madan, Jolly Antony, Bhanuvajanan, Shyju T Mamsa, Vysakh Lal, Shan Ijaas, Ajaikumar Thiruvankulam, Sanosh Palluruthy, Aadarsh Madhav, Jebin Jesmes, Gireesh Menon and Chandradasan

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Blogger lakshmi said...

sir i have watched your show... it was one of the wonderful moments of my life... inspite of language problem, the play ran into my nerves.... i can't praise the play since i am not upto its level of praising.. it was just awesome....

August 7, 2009 at 5:17 PM  
Blogger Chandradasan said...

thank u lakshmi? have we met at mysore? can i know moreabout you? why not you write in detaill your impression and response to the play...

August 8, 2009 at 6:42 PM  

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