Protests, through a play

  • | Thursday | 7th December, 2017

In October, after a hunger strike against GST, Prasanna felt he could reach out to more people through theatre. Prasanna felt that it was not important whether it could or could not. So I have used the name ‘Taayavva,’ which is how the rural mother is called. For those too far away to actually see the performance, Prasanna was happy to explain the ingredients of the play. In the late 1970s, fresh out of the National School of Drama (then headed by Ebrahim Alkazi), Prasanna began Samudaya in Bengaluru.

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