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  • Guardian Life Dhaka University Drama Troupe Natya Utshab 2019 concludes today

    Dhaka University Drama Troupe (DUDT) has organised their third drama festival titled, ‘Guardian Life Dhaka University Drama Troupe Natya Utshab 2019’ at the Teacher-Student Centre (TSC), University of Dhaka (DU). The event, which opened on October 1, concludes today.

  • Empty Space stages ‘A New Testament of Romeo and Juliet’ at BSA

    Empty Space made their debut with their production, A New Testament of Romeo and Juliet, at the National Theatre Hall, Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy (BSA) recently.

  • ‘Two Strangers VS Oleander Flower’

    Space and Acting Research Centre staged two shows of their latest production ‘Two Strangers VS Oleander Flower’ at the Studio Theatre Hall of Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy recently. Ashish Khondker has directed the play.

  • Girgiti: An amusing take on a middle-class family

    The five-day festival, titled Syed Mohidul Islam Smaran Utshab 2019, organised by Batikrom Natya Goshthi, concluded with the play Girgiti on Wednesday. The play was performed by Gronthik Natya Goshthi at National Theatre Hall, Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy (BSA).

  • Kahaloo Theatre prepares for Bangabandhu’s birth centenary with Indo-Bangla plays

    Bogura’s Kahaloo Theatre, an associate of the Bangladesh-Gram Bangla Theatre, organised the Indo - Bangla Drama Festival recently, at the upazila auditorium in Kahaloo.

  • Prachyanat’s ‘Pulsiraat’ stuns the audience

    Popular theater group Prachyanat recently presented their 35th production, Pulsiraat, at the Nilima Ibrahim Auditorium, Mohila Shomiti. Originally written by Palestinian writer and political activist Ghassan Kanafani,

  • Let Me Out: The tale of a determined mother

    Tarua staged the seventh show of their play, Let Me Out, at Mahila Samiti yesterday. Based on true events, the play is written by Runa Kanchon and directed by Bakar Bokul.

  • Selim Al Deen’s ‘Chaka’ staged in Srimangal

    On an autumnal evening, when everyone else was exhausted from the heat, a group of people worked relentlessly to set the stage where the work of one of the country’s greatest playwright’s work would come to life.

  • Man of La Mancha: A scintillating musical

    Students from the Department of Drama & Dramatics of Jahangirnagar University recently staged the musical production, Man of La Mancha, at the National Theatre Hall of Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy. Written by Dale Wasserman and inspired by Miguel de Cervantes’

  • ‘Haree Phatibe’ staged at BSA

    Utpal Natyadal staged the 50th show of their play, Haree Phatibe, at the Studio Theatre Hall of Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy (BSA), recently.

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