Spektakl Hinduskiego Teatru Organicznego KASBA ARGHYA: „ANDHAYUG THE AGE OF HOLOCAUST” („Andhayug, Wiek Holokaustu”) (wstęp wolny – dobrowolne datki dla artystów będą zbierane do kapelusza po spektaklu). :)

  • Spektakl Hinduskiego Teatru Organicznego KASBA ARGHYA: „ANDHAYUG THE AGE OF HOLOCAUST” („Andhayug, Wiek Holokaustu”)  – reż. / direction: Manish Mitra

    – Spektakl Hinduskiego Teatru Organicznego KASBA ARGHYA
    english: – Spectacle of tradicional Indian Organic Theatre Kasba Arghya
    – 10 marca, godz. 20:00 – 21:00 / 10-th March, 20:00 – 21:00 hour
    Wstęp: dobrowolne datki dla artystów, zbierane po spektaklu /
    Entrance: free donations
    About play:
    Andhayug, is looking into a blind age of human civilization. That countless people were killed brutally after being deprived of basic human dignities during the 2nd world war period is known to us. Holocaust we call. But the whole age was an age of safety of silence. The Blood lands of Europe were blooded not only by the Nazis but the Soviets under leadership of Stalin had strong contributions. Andhayug is looking into the age with the suspection of the growing Nationalism in South Asian context. Indian Movements and music explored to depict the trauma
    Main character / główny aktor:
    RAJU BERA – tancerz Katakhali, aktor hinduskiego teatru organicznego: Kasba Arghya, wytrenowany w hinduskich tańcach: Kathakali, Kutiyattam, bharatnatyam oraz hinduskiej sztuce walki kalaripayattu, swój solowy spektakl ” Macbeth Badya” z powodzeniem i wielkim aplauzem grywa w wielu miejscach na całym świecie, organizuje warsztaty tradycyjnego hinduskiego teatru i tańca w wielu miejscach Europy i Azji. /
    english: RAJU BERA – Kathakali dancer & actor Kasba Arghya; trained in Kathakali, Kutiyattam, bharatnatyam & kalaripayattu; His solo performance „Macbeth Badya” has been applauded globally.
    He has offered workshops on traditional Indian theatre & dances in many parts of Europe and Asia.


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