Friday, April 2, 2010

New play in Hindi - SUAR CHALA SPACE KO

Gillo presents
SUAR CHALA SPACE KO
A play in Hindi for all above 5 years
1 hr 15 min (no interval)

Based on a concept by Poorna, Isha and Ankita
Writer & Director - Shaili Sathyu
Music Concept – Mithila Lad & Hetal Varia
Music Arrangement – Rahul Saxena & Kaushik Deshpande
Choreography – Pooja Pant
Set & Props Design – Abir Patwardhan & Tanya Mahajan
Costume Design – Shama Zaidi
Graphic Design – Phagun Dhaka
Musicians – Paras Nath (Flute), Somu Sheel (Guitar), Shruti Bhave (Violin)
Recordist – Aroop De (J J Studio)
Cast – Vighnesh Sinkar, Subodh Surve, Sharvari Deshpande, Aakash Dube, Siddharth Jhaveri, Navyata Malkani, John Soans, Hetal Varia, Mithila Lad, Abir Patwardhan, Vicky Arora

About the play
A hilarious play about a smelly pig who travels to outer space!! Actors play a variety of characters, including aliens, with movement and dance adding to the high-energy performance. This production is based on a puppet play originally written by children during a workshop and we have tried to keep the simplicity of their writing intact. The story touches upon friendship, adventure, owning up to your mistakes, taking responsibility and of course the ‘swine flu’!

About the Group
GILLO, established in 2009, is an independent children's media group based in Mumbai. Our area of work spans from education to the arts and media. Our theatre wing shall produce plays specially written and designed for children, with a focus on indigenous content and the Indian context. We also plan to start drama clubs; conduct theatre workshops and training for children, teachers and parents; and organise other activities that engage children with the theatre arts.
Our first venture under the theatre wing is a Hindi play titled Suar Chala Space Ko which premieres in May 2010.

Premiere Shows
Prithvi Theatre, Mumbai (Tickets Rs.150/-)
Tue 18th May at 4pm & 7pm
Sat 12th June at 11am
Sun 13th June at 11am

Horniman Circle Garden, Mumbai (Tickets Rs.50/-)
Sun 16th May at 7pm

1 comment:

  1. i loved it,was there, great visualisation of stage play

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