Kriyative theatre’s new production

CARBON CAKE

CARBON CAKE
Author: Ramanatha
Direction: Pramod Shiggaon

On 6,7 and 8 March 2015
(On 6th- 7:30pm show, 7th and 8th- 3:30pm and 7:30pm shows)
@ RANGA SHANKARA.

Online tickets:
Bookmyshow: http://in.bookmyshow.com/plays/carbon-cake/ET00028346

Synopsis: The play throws light on the much-discussed subject of global warming in a highly entertaining manner. At the heart of the play is a mystery involving a dedicated scientist who is trying to find a solution to the problem. A lot of people are interested in his invention for reasons of their own. What makes him hold on to the invention? Why are people looking for it even 50 years after his disappearance? What will be the world like fifty years from now? You’ll have to see the play to get the answers.

 

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NATAKA ACADEMY AWARDS 2013-14

Theatre personalities K. Amin Painter and Lakshmi Chandrasekhar receiving the Karnataka Nataka Academy Honorary Award in Kalaburagi on Sunday.

Kannada and Culture Minister Umashree along with Kannada Development Authority chairperson L. Hanumanthaiah and Karnataka Nataka Academy Chairman Sheik Master gave away the Nataka Academy Honorary Award to K. Amin Painter and Lakshmi Chandrasekhar. As many as 30 personalities selected from the theatre movement received awards for 2013-2014.

They also gave the best book award to senior journalist G.N. Mohan for his two books Rangakinnari and Third Bell for 2012- 2013. While B.V. Krishna and Siddu Nalathwad were awarded the K. Hiranaiah Endowment Award for 2013-2014 respectively, Rajanna Jewargi and Revanasiddaiah Hosurmath were awarded Nataratna Chindodi Veerappanavar Endownment Award for 2013-2014 respectively.

Lakshmi ChandrashekarMs. Chandrashekar has been using theatre as an instrument for social change from her school days. She has also directed several plays and is known for her solo bilingual performances.

 -Karnataka Nataka Academy Chairman Sheik Master

http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp-national/tp-karnataka/amin-painter-lakshmi-chandrasekhar-receive-nataka-academy-award/article6755348.ece

MOOG MASALA- Kannada Comedy play

Kriyative Theatre presents

MOOG MASALA
(a 75-minute laughter riot!!)

Directed by Joseph John

10 January 2015
7.30pm
@ KH Kala Soudha

Online tickets:
Bookmyshow:
http://in.bookmyshow.com/plays/moog-masala/ET00021931

Bookurevent:
http://bookurevent.com/events/moog-masala.html

Indian stage:
http://indianstage.in/event/11620/

CAST: Laxmi Chandrashekar, Surabhi Herur, Chandra keerthi, Ragavendra and Gowtham.

SYNOPSIS:
‘Moog Masala’ revolves round a variety of responses to a man’s nose. You have to see the play to believe the infinite possibilities of what a long nose can represent and the ways in which it can impact the lives of different people.
A word of warning though! Come only if you have a heart strong enough to withstand the strain of laughing too much!

Come watch the obnoxiously funny satire!

Kriyative Theatre’s comedy play

MOOG MASALA is back again!!
(a 75-minute laughter riot!!)

Directed by Joseph John

16 and 17 December 2014
7.30pm
@ RANGA SHANKARA

Online tickets:
Bookmyshow:
http://in.bookmyshow.com/plays/moog-masala/ET00021931

Cast: Laxmi Chandrashekar, Surabhi Herur, Chandra keerthi, Ragavendra and Gowtham.

SYNOPSIS:
Kriyative Theatre, a group which believes in combining comedy with artistic excellence and social concern, has come up with yet another wholesome entertainer. Their brand new comedy, ‘Moog Masala’ is sure to have you rolling in splits of laughter.

The play, directed by Joseph, (director of popular comedies like ‘Ratnan Parpancha’ and ‘Gundayana’ by the same group) is based on a short story written by the famous Malayalam writer, Vaikom Mohammed Bashir.
It revolves round a variety of responses to a man’s nose. You have to see the play to believe the infinite possibilities of what a long nose can represent and the ways in which it can impact the lives of different people.

A word of warning though! Come only if you have a heart strong enough to withstand the strain of laughing too much!”moog masala

kannada prabha