20116:30 pm, Event occurs daily (Event duration: 1:30 hrs)
4-Day Theatre Festival by Aayam. This festival of plays is being presented in English and isdirected by one of the most eminent Theatre Director of the country, whose work has travelled allover the country and also abroad. Aaj Theatre Company was established in 1984 by Shri BhanuBharti, where a continuous dialogue between the traditional and ritualistic elements of the Bheelcommunity of the Mewar region of Rajasthan and the contemporary theatre is contently takingplace in a dense and creative manner. Because of this intense and thought provoking work in thefield of contemporary theatre, Aaj Theatre Company has created a special niche for itself in theInternational Theatre scenario. During this process, a need for involving the urban actors alongwith tribal actors was felt to further its creative and innovative pursuits. Thus Aaj - Delhi wasfounded and since then this unique theatre company consisting of the urban actors is constantlyinvolved in its thought provoking work.Every year Aaj Theatre Company has been presenting a theatre festival of its own production inDelhi . Some of the most important theatre presentations of Aaj have been Pashugayatri, Amar Beej, Kal Katha, Katha Kahi Ek Jale Ped Ne, Naachni, Mahamayi, Dehantar etc.
Tamasha Na Hua - Play. Written & Directed By Bhanu Bharti And Presented By AAYAM.Prominent Actors: Ravindra Khanwilkar, Mahender Mewati, Tikam Joshi & Rajesh Sharma.Tamasha Na Hua
depicts a group of theatre actors rehearsing one of Tagore's most popular works - Muktdhara. The narrative is essentially a discussion among the actors on the relevance of the play which leads to a serious debate about the freedom of men in the present political,technological and cultural context. Needless to say, the debate remains inconclusive and the playunperformed.While dealing with the issues of freedom in the present times, the play also gives voice to theproblems, practical as well as conceptual, that theatre faces in the present times.
Even as the audience is bound to leave with more questions than answers, the play is