Music lovers of the Moulvibazar district flocked to see “Kal Mrigaya”, a dance-drama composed by Tagore.
The theatre repertory of Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy (BSA), Moulvibazar unit organised three shows of the play, one of Tagore's most-staged works, at Moulvibazar Government College auditorium on Tuesday.
Based on the epic “Ramayana”; “Kal Mrigaya” depicts the tragic story of King Dashrath who goes out hunting in a jungle where Andhamuni, a blind sage, live in a hermitage with his son and daughter.
Jyoti Singha successfully presented the dance-drama by young artistes.
“I am happy working with children,” said Jyoti, adding, “Tagore experimented and used many western melodies in the dance-drama which are very dear to the hearts of the people.”
Jyoti Singha also designed costumes, light and stage of the drama.