Get ready for theatre 'relay'
Along day theatre festival, 'Thespis 3' - the third season of the National Micro Drama Festival will be organised by Vriksh the theatre, for the theatre lovers on April 21, at Kamani Auditorium.
It is going to be the first time in the history of world theatre that forty plays will be performed on a single day with a maximum duration of ten minutes and awards are offered for 10 categories like Best Production, Script, Direction, Actor, Actress, Technician, will also be given.
The event will be inaugurated by 'Kanpur- e- Kashmir' directed by Vijay Kapoor, the winner of last year.
Further the festival would be followed by plays in English, Hindi, Bengali, Malayalam, Urdu including 'Hukum Malik' by Rajiv Kohli; 'Chand Ka Pinjra' by Deepu Sood; 'Natrang' by Sumit Nair, 'The Red String café' by Pratibha and Ananya Sharma; 'Shatabdir Byadhi' by Prithwijit Chowdhury; 'Aattam' by M Shaji, to name a few.
This year's objective of the theatre group is to spread the idea of 'Art for Humanity', through different plays, different stories which will be shown.
The festival has been organised from three years, in the name of Greek artist 'Thespis' - who is believed to be the person first to appear on stage. Not only the festival has entertained the audience, but also to its credit, this celebration of abundance has also bagged 'Best of India Records' for the last two consecutive years. Due to its unique nature, questions related to this festival have found a way into competitive examinations for bank recruitments and Civil Service prelims preliminary.