Two Indian Plays in English
Two plays by Stage Ensemble Theatre Unit (SETU) (www.setu.us) Plays: Girish Karnad's's HAYAVADANA & Rama Joardar's THE BACK DOOR When: May 12, 13, 19, 20, 2006 (both plays will be staged on all 4 days) Time: 7:00pm (Friday, May 12 & 19) and 6:00pm (Saturday, May 13 & 20) Where: Arlington Center for the Arts, Arlington, MA Tickets: $7 (student & senior citizen) and $10 (adult) For tickets and other information, please visit web site at www.setu.us or email at firstname.lastname@example.org Hayavadana, meaning "a man with a horse's head", explores the destructive effects on the close friendship between the "intellectual" Devadatta and the "man of the body" Kapila after the arrival of Devadatta's wife Padmini, who adored Devadatta's intellect but loved Kapila's physique. The play philosophically explores the age-old question about the superiority between head and body, when the friends kill themselves over their failed love, but resurrected with their heads dramatically transposed. (Viewer discretion advised for Hayavadana) The Back Door is a brief living room drama surprisingly reveals the characters' inner emotions.
Location: Arlington Center of Arts
Time: 6:00 pm
Organized By: SETU
Cost: $10 (Adult), $7 (Student and Sr. Citizen)
Contact: Deepak K Deb 508-887-3937
Directions: Pl. visit www.acarts.org
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