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Rudhir Rangini' on Shilpakala stage for five consecutive days

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The newly formed repertory theatre troupe Hridmancha has brought their maiden play 'Rudhir Rangini' on stage yesterday. The premiere show of the first production of this troupe was held at the Experimental Hall of Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy in the city's Segunbagicha area.

Coordinator of Hridmancha Pavel Rahman informed that there will be five consecutive shows of the play at the Experimental Theater Hall of Shilpakala Academy till May 19. The play will be staged everyday at 7:30pm. Besides, there will be two special shows on May 18 and 19 at 5pm at the same venue for the theatre activists and students with a discount offer.

He said, "Very often we hear that our theater industry is really weak. We hope Rudhir Rangini will dismiss those opinions. If we translate Hridmancha, it will be the stage of heart and Hridmancha will bring productions which are closer to heart, our land and our culture. We will bring international level productions and hopefully these plays will represent Bangladesh in near future."

Written and directed by Subhasis Sinha, the cast of the play includes three prominent theatre artistes Rokeya Rafik Baby, Azad Abul Kalam and Jayati Sinha.

Shahnaz Jahan, Hasan Ali, Shakil Shidhartha and Ashfiqur Rahman have jointly designed stage, while Shahjada Samrat, Shahnaz Hasan and Parvej Imran worked on lighting design and Nirjhar Chowdhury composed music for the play.

For advance ticket, one can call at 01727011294.

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