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The Third Eye : A play on living a civilized life
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Published on 23 Jul. 2009 1:23 AM IST
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A second production of ‘Dreamz Unlimited’, titled ‘The Third Eye’ was staged on Wednesday at Town Hall, Dimapur with Yitachu, Parliamentary Secretary, Law and Justice, Art and Culture and Tourism as chief guest. Addressing at the occasion Yitachu highlighted the prevailing problems faced by the society. He lamented that division of Naga factions was a hindrance to Naga political issue and that the society has been affected due the prevalence of HIV and AIDS and global warming where people seemed to ignore the issues. Acknowledging the organizers, players, sponsors who contributed for production of the play, he expressed that such play would help in conveying to the mass on the urgent need of change for the people and spread the shortcoming and possible solutions of problems in Naga society. He added the play might be a new concept to the society but when people progressed, advanced and matured, then only people would understand and appreciate the value of such works and expressed hope that plays would surely attract global attention if it continued to focus on the unique culture of Naga society. Stressing the need to cope up with the rapid changing society he said people should change their attitude, mindset, behavior and adopt a better value system to keep up with the change. Stating that a pioneer in any field required lot of hard work and endurance to succeed he encouraged the people to endure the difficulties and challenges and further said “Resource may be sometimes limited but the will to succeed should be infinite”. The Third Eye is an evolved play inspired by the present scenario in the common life of the people in Nagaland depicting the behavior and actions of people being ignored. The play staged, brought the side of man which is considered a taboo to be spoken about and gives people a better idea on how to live a more civilized and social life.s It highlights the picture of the first basic institution in a person’s life, the family. The father, being an alcoholic diverts the family from the main stream of society and affected negatively in upbringing a child. As time changes the family flows with the change, the 21st century has brought into the life of a man and his family a new gadget-the mobile phone, which has its positive and negative affects with a focus on adultery. The play was conceived and directed by Bendangtemsu Walling and sponsored by North East Zonal Cultural Centre.

 
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