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Category: folk theatre

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Oct 21 2021

Classical Greek culture

Art, literature, and theatre Literature and theatre, which were very intertwined, were important in ancient Greek society. Greek theatre began…

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Oct 18 2021

Ancient theatre art forms from India

Stories of cultures, legends and myths Theatre practices in India are said to have initiated about 5,000 years ago. The Natya…

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Oct 14 2021

Medieval drama and the mystery plays

The mystery plays and morality plays of the 15th and 16th centuries were very different from modern drama. They were…

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Oct 14 2021

RAJASTHAN FOLK DANCE: FAMOUS FOR ITS TRADITION AND RICH CULTURE

Rajasthan has many forms of folk dances that are attractive, skillful and somewhat enjoyable for any age group. The folk…

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Oct 14 2021

Akhyana: Gujarati Folk Theatre

Akhyana was a folk musical theatre art form as well as medieval genre of Gujarati poetry, primarily prevalent in the western Indian state of Gujarat. Etymology…

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Oct 13 2021

North East India Cultural Diversity

North east India, one of the most beautiful region of India, also known as the “Seven Sisters”. It includes Arunachal…

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Jan 9 2021

The Oldest form of Theater: Noh Theater

Noh performance ( source: Google) Every country in the world has its inception of entertainment and when we think about…

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Nov 23 2020

Is Theatre Dying?

Theatre was once what film is today. In actuality, it was likely much more. It was, other than being a vehicle of amusement, a device for feeling building, social changes and for uniting individuals. For very long, theatre, however a male-overwhelmed stage by then of time, was a more presumed medium than film. Strangely, when Dadasaheb Phalke needed to film his fantasy venture he was unable to locate any female entertainers to act in it.

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