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Kurosawa’s Rashomon re-created on stage

Engulfing the ambience with live music and fire, Absolute Dramatics Addiction (ADA) in association with BeTaal staged ‘Rashomon’ directed by Abhinav Grover, a theatre artist and an alumnus of MIT. Performed at the TMA Pai Park Amphitheatre on April 8, the play was a Yakshagana...

The lost art of Yakshagana

Manipal: For the first time, Manipal University witnessed a Yakshagana performance at the Manipal Institute of Technology (MIT) Library Auditorium on September 4. An initiative by the Department of Commerce (DOC), the performance was organised in order to promote and increase awareness about the local...

Saligram artists perform Yakshagana on ‘Maya Meghana’

Udupi: The Saligram community performed Yakshagana with the latest concept of ‘maya meghana’. The event was held at the Poornaprajna auditorium in Udupi on August 5. The event was organized by Shri Seetharaman and Shri Krishnamurthy Bhat. The auditorium saw an outpour of Yakshagana fans, with...