Abdullah Al Mamun’s “Ekhono Kritodash” staged | The Daily Star
12:00 AM, January 04, 2010 / LAST MODIFIED: 12:00 AM, January 04, 2010

Abdullah Al Mamun’s “Ekhono Kritodash” staged


Actors of Shapla Natya Goshthi stage “Ekhono Kritodash”Photo: STAR

Shapla Natya Goshthi, one of the leading cultural organisations of the greater Dinajpur district, staged renowned dramatist Abdullah Al Mamun's play "Ekhono Kritodash" at Thakurgaon Mirza Ruhul Amin Auditorium recently. Noted drama artiste of Thakurgaon, Rupkumar Guha Thakurata directed the play, which was the 13th production of Shapla Natya Goshthi.
The play features the trials of a freedom fighter in post-Liberation War Bangladesh.
Before the curtains went up, a discussion was held at the auditorium.
Thakurgaon Sadar Upazila Nirbahi Officer Sultana Parvin attended the event as chief guest. S.M. Jasim presided over the programme.
Organising secretary of Bangladesh Group Theatre Federation's Rajshahi division wing, Asaduddin Poplu and President of Thakurgaon Press Club Abu Torab Manik attended as special guests.
The cast of "Ekhono Kritodash" included Rupkumar Guha Thakurata, Selina, Adiba, Shamim, Shadidul Islam, Jahangir Alam, Waliul Haque, Fazle Elahi Mukut Chowdhury, Sohel, Ujjal, Shaju, Mehedi and Sajjad Hossain.
Credit for the stage management and decoration goes to Rezaul Karim Reza, Shahin, Shimul and Goutam (make-up). Mamun and Ratan did the music direction and S.M. Jasim oversaw the entire management.
Shapla Natya Goshthi started its journey in 1982. According to the speakers, in the course of its 27 years, the cultural organisation has played a major role in staging shows in the rural area despite different constraints and financial crisis.
Theatre is a major tool in the transformation of the society and creates awareness about many social ills. The public and the cultural activists all have responsibility in this direction, speakers said.

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