Poshu Khamar
(Based on George Orwell's "Animal Farm")
Translated and Directed by   
: Arpita Ghosh
Venue : Madhusudan Mancha
Date     : 31st August 2014.
Time    : 6.30P.M.
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Astomito Madhyanha
(Based on Arthur Koestler's "Darkness at Noon")
Translated and Directed by
   
: Arpita Ghosh
Venue : Academy of Fine Arts.
Date     : 7th September 2014.
Time    : 3.00 P.M.
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The group’s first production, Nathabati Anaathabat, was staged in 1983. The production has received houseful shows whenever staged. Though rare, but this production is staged once every alternate years even now. Further, considering the popularity, we have planned to make the production only as an Audio Drama. This play was also performed in Hindi and has got similar accolades.

Pancham Vaidic inorder to do something meaningful and creative in the domain of . . . . . . . . .

 
 
 
 
 
 
Sri Sombhu Mitra & Smt. Tripti Mitra’s contribution to modern Indian theatre can hardly be overstated.

                        Their commitment to quality & meaningful plays on the one hand & search for a new & vibrant stage idiom on the other, led to the modern theatre movement of independent India.

                                                                     
 
 
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