Satyadev Dubey was not just one of India’s legendary theatre directors, he was also a great teacher and inspiration for three generations of theatre actors, directors, and writers. Dubeyji’s passing away was a big blow to the theatre community, but his memory lives on.
On July 13 Dubeyji would have turned 82. To celebrate his memory and spirit a group of theatre-makers have planned a day-long celebration of exciting theatre and music performances at Prithvi House. All those involved in the performances have been deeply inspired by Dubey, and this day is their tribute.
Join in the birth anniversary celebrations. The performances are free and open to all on a first come first serve basis.
Programme Schedule :
11 am : Don’t Act presents – Paanchwa Sawaar
Written by Balraj Pandit
Directed by Rajesh Singh
1 pm : Paly On presents – Krapp’s Last Tape
Written by Samuel Beckett
Directed by Gagan Dev Riar
4 pm : T-Pot presents – 1 Ka 3
Written by Uday Prakash, Phansishwarnath Renu, and Badal Sarkar
Directed by Trishla Patel
6 pm : Playtrix presents The Way I See It
Written by Shiv Subrahmanyam
8 pm : Tamaasha Theatre presents Soul
Music inspired by the Bhakti tradition
Conceived by Sunil Shanbag