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‘Mujib Manei Mukti’ to be staged at BSA today

ITIHASER MOHANAYOKERA
DL Reporter
‘Mujib Manei Mukti’ to be staged at BSA today

As a part of the weeklong theatre festival titled ‘Itihaser Mohanayokera’, Loko Natyadal will stage its much-acclaimed play titled ‘Mujib Manei Mukti’ today at 7pm at the National Theatre Hall of Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy (BSA) in the capital. Featuring seven much-acclaimed plays from Bangladesh and India, the festival has been organised by Universal Theatre.

Planned, scripted and directed by director general of BSA Liaquat Ali Lucky, ‘Mujib Manei Mukti’ portrays the simple childhood of Bangabandhu with background music.

However, the festival sheds light on the life and works of Kobi Guru Rabindranath Tagore, Baul Samrat Lalon, Surya Sen, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, Mahatma Gandhi, Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar and Gautam Buddha by staging different plays related to them.As the story progresses, Bangabandhu is seen growing up through different events. Rooted in history, the story of the play depicts the versatile life of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. From his boyhood to his tragic death, the play unfolds the major episodes of his life. The play also brings out a few incidents relating to national importance, including the Language Movement, Agartala Conspiracy Case, Bangabandhu’s historic speech of March 7 and finally, the Liberation War. The play also narrates the emergence of Bangladesh as a free nation. A total of 50 artistes of the troupe take part in this production.

The participating theatre troupes are—Palakar from Dhaka, Chittagong District Shilpakala Academy Repertory, Loko Natyadal, Aranyank, host troupe Universal Theatre and Kalyani Natya Bhabna from West Bengal, India. The plays will be staged everyday at 7pm at the National Theatre Hall of BSA, until November 10.

The festival is supported by Ministry of Cultural Affairs, Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy, Dhaka Bank and Bank Asia.

Tickets will be available in front of the hall before the show, while interested person can contact at 01752 026508 and 01677 170723 for advance tickets.

where:    BSA, Shegun Bagicha

When:    7 pm, today

 

 

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