rafiki’s “Sign Out” performances

For two years now the oldest film studio in town has been home to our work…

It is time to leave…but before we go…

rafiki presents a series of performances
as a tribute to the space.

March, 2013

Thursday 28th
The Fabulous Adventures of Aditi and Friends
Friday 29th
Somewhat Like a Balloon
Just Theatre
Saturday 30th
Woza Albert!
Sunday 31st
Full Meals
Jannal & Seethaimark Seeyakkaai Thool
Koothu-p-pattarai and PERCH

All performances will be at our space:
c/o K K Foundation and Public Charitable Trust
48/3 (Opp. Al Ameen Hospital)
Miller’s Tank Bund Road
Off Cunningham Road
Bangalore 560 052
(Route map attached)

The shows are NOT TICKETED. There will be a BOX FOR your CONTRIBUTIONS, which will go towards covering the costs, including a payment of modest honorariums to the artists involved.

Important note: Do confirm your attendance by writing to warafiki@yahoo.com as our space can accommodate only a limited number of people.

Performance details
The Fabulous Adventures of Aditi and Friends (Kannada and English) is a performance for children of all ages, directed by Anish Victor and performed by Aruna Manjunath, Ashiqa Salvan, Ravindra Vijay, Rency Philip, Ruchi Raveendran and Sunaina. Duration: 40 minutes.

Somewhat Like a Balloon (English) is directed by Vinod Ravindran and is suitable for audiences 9 years and above. The performance features Anjali Nair, Anshul Pathak, Rency Philip and Swetanshu Bora. Duration: 80 minutes

Woza Albert! (English) Originally directed by Hartman de Souza, the current version is directed by Ashish D’Abreo (The similarity in surnames is co-incidental). The play features Anish Victor and Sachin Gurjale. Duration: 70 minutes.

Full Meals (English, Kannada and Hindi) is directed Prashanth Nair and is performed by Vaishak Shankar, Kalyani Nair, Raghav Srinivasan, Piyush Agarwal, and Prashant Nair. Duration: 45 minutes.

Jannal and Seethaimark Seeyakkaai Thool are two short solo performances in Tamil, directed by Na. Muthuswamy. Performed by Anandsami. Music by Vedanth Bharadwaj. Duration: 40 minutes.

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