Where the Shadow Ends


 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

ARTISTIC DIRECTOR: LAXMI CHANDRASHEKHAR   


Where the Shadow Ends

Design & direction by Veena basavarajaiah

 


 

 

Kriyative Theatre, 4032, 28th Cross, 17th Main,  Banashankari II Stage,Bangalore,KARNATAKA, INDIA 560070. Telephone:  91 80 26719911, Fax: 91 80 26718483, Email: kriyativetheatre@gmail.com





 

 

 

 

Where the Shadow Ends

Design & direction by Veena basavarajaiah

 

Kriyative Theatre, 4032, 28th Cross, 17th Main,  Banashankari II Stage,Bangalore,KARNATAKA, INDIA 560070. Telephone:  91 80 26719911, Fax: 91 80 26718483, Email: kriyativetheatre@gmail.com

 

ARTISTIC DIRECTOR: LAXMI CHANDRASHEKHAR  

 

Where the Shadow Ends

 

Kriyative Theatre (India) in collaboration with Kristian Al-Droubi (Serbia) presents 'Where the Shadow Ends'. The play looks at how myths have turned into history and shaped the moral fabric of societies across the world. The play explores an epic story of South Asia and finds similar stories that exists in Serbia and across cultures. Though the epic acts as the starting point, the play slowly develops into a much more complex layering of socio-political issues of the past and the present. It weaves the narrative seamlessly between the person-hood and the political whilst questioning notions of duty, belief, loyalty, patriotism and patriarchy. This play premiered at Bangalore’s renowned theatre Rangashankara in June 2016 and has been well received in India.














 






SITA_ A Solo Performance By Veena Basavarajaiah


Performance series
  • PMI (Noida)
Host : NTPC
Date : August 22nd, 2009, Sunday
Time : 7:30 pm to 8:30 pm
Venue: PMI Auditorium ( Noida)




  • Natakvalas Showcase @ Oxford Bookstore
Host:
Type:
Network:
Global
Date:
Friday, June 26, 2009
Time:
6:30pm - 7:30pm
Location:
Oxford Bookstore, Leela Galleria

Leela Palace Hotel, Old Airport Road
City/Town:
Bangalore, India


Phone:
9341944490
Email:




SITA takes you on a journey through the Ramayana from a womans' perspective.
Sita the epitome of strength , courage, patience and endurance is often misunderstood as a submissive and weak character. 
This monologue in movement provides an insight into her mind , body and soul. 
A contemporary performance exploring the abhinaya aspects of Bharatnatyam is set to the original verses of Valmiki Ramayana.
The performance is in collaboration with Dr Sharada Narayan( Sanskrit Scholar)






































KALPA- A dance film in collaboration with Swaroop Kanchi


Kalpa

Photography by Sujay Shastry


A DANCE FILM IN COLLABORATION WITH FILM MAKER SWAROOP KANCHI.
FILMED IN MARCH 2009,ITS STILL WORK IN PROGRESS BUT YOU CAN CHECK OUT THE DETAILS OF THE FILMING PROCESS 

http://swaroopkanchi.com/?p=181   
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