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Abiogenesis Theatre Group Performs at Gubbi, Karnataka

Abiogenesis Theatre Group Performs at Gubbi, Karnataka
Abiogenesis gearing up for the play.
Dimapur, Jan 29 | Publish Date: 1/29/2019 12:55:11 PM IST

 Abiogenesis Theatre Group performed a howey musical drama titled ‘Putu and His Tiger Spirit’, which is a folk era fiction written by the Playwright/Director Arenla  Subong at the GVITA National Theatre Festival at Gubbi in Karnataka on January 27. 

It is a new form of musical introduced by the playwright/director herself, where the songs/dialogues are in English and the tunes sung in Naga folk tunes.       

Putu relates the story of a man who has a tiger as his spirit. He is not happy when he learns from his wife about the theft happening in their field. He swings into action. The woman who steals and her boyfriend meets Putu and his wife. The drama builds up and gets more exciting as the two couples confront each other time to time. The unique and colourful Naga costumes and culture, along with the unique songs in Naga Folk tunes makes the drama a real treat.

The cast were, Arenla Subong as Jemti. Moa Subong as Putu, V. Hotovi as Akato, Limatula Longkumer as Amakla and Lipokmeren with dual role as Sendong and the Tiger Spirit. The technicians were Lipokmeren and Kibulong Imsong.

The Festival was organized by Dr. Gubbi Veeranna Trust, Karnataka and sponsored by Sangeet Natak Akademi, Ministry nof Culture, Government of India.

(NPN)

 

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