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Farhan Akhtar,During my struggle I have done everything.Sandhya and Sonali Jaswa who run The Children’s Theatre of Pune will be staging the play in which the primary school kids get into the shoes of the possessive father, a savage and deformed slave, A primary school teacher in the USSandhya witnessed the impact of children’s theatre in the country and when she moved back to India all she wanted was to strengthen the roots of children’s theatre in the cultural capital of Maharashtra ” Pune’s theatre scene is so rich and colourful It’s sad that children’s theatre still is in the clutches of oblivion In the US there is a stark contrast A lot of the cities have their own theatre groups who put up very professional and well-rehearsed plays They are very well done Props and costumes are far more easily available there” says Sandhya The large ruffles of the sleevesthe dark colours of the Yokethe netted rope of the torso the costumes typical of the Elizabethan era are the valedictory mounting of Shakespeare’s elegiac romance in the play” As far as the costumes goit is very fortunate that leggings are in style nowas that is what the men wore in the Elizabethan era So we have had everybody wear leggings with doublets I bought fabric and had the costumes designed based on typical of the Elizabethan era” says Sonali The duo had been toying with the idea of doing a children’s Shakespeare play for a while ” I wanted to do a comedy for obvious reasons The Tempest was our choice because the plot is simple enough for the children to understand Besidesthere are more male characters than female and so it makes casting easier Girls are more amenable to acting as male characters than boys ” says Sandhya The duo however is using a modified script added with a lot of narration at the beginning of each scene to make it more comprehensible The actors who have been taking classes at Sandhya’s institute since last two years are thrilled about their first performance The kids who belong to the age group of 10 to 14 had over 50 rehearsals to get it all right “The most difficult scene was a storm scene that we had to create where the characters are on a ship that is being tossed around in the storm with thunder and lightning” says Nikhil Jigjinni who plays Ferdinand (The play will be staged on February 21 at Nehru Memorial Hall6 pm onwards) For all the latest Pune News download Indian Express App More Related News Before coming to the rescue centres.

It all started when I found his compassion for the animals.were their mothers, Singh said Dharmendra Kumar (35)brother of slain constable Arendra Kumar of Etah districtcompleted the formalities at the Rampur group centre on Friday Fifteen relatives of the matyred CRPF men from the state havemeanwhileconsented to join the force on April 28 Among them is 20-year-old Cheena of GunnaurBudaun districtwho is the daughter of slain sub-inspector Zamir-ul Hasanand 18-year-old Devendra Tiwari of AhirauliAmbedkar Nagar districtson of slain S-I Brijesh Kumar Tiwari CRPF Inspector General of Central Sector B K Sharma handed over the appointment letter to Devendra at the Bijnore group centre in Lucknow on Friday Alsothe pregnant wives of four CRPF jawans have given their consent to join the organisation after a year The entire work is being handled by the headquarters of the Central Sector of the CRPF at Lucknowwhich controls the 62 battalion that suffered heavy losses in the ambush For all the latest Lucknow News download Indian Express App More Related News The letters of appointment for one person from the families of each of the 75 martyred CRPF men are being distributed and the process is likely to be completed by April 28, The subsidy helps them in purchasing books though it is not always adequate, a teacher said on condition of anonymity The Directorate has proposed to increase the amount given to students for purchasing textbooks etcand introducing school diaries for students to improve interaction between their parents and teachers At presentstudents in classes IX and X get Rs 300 for bookswhile students of classes XI and XII get 350 The DoE proposes to increase this amount to Rs 600 for students up to Class X and Rs 800 for senior secondary students The proposal also takes into account the new school buildings proposed as part of the scheme to upgrade infrastructure and increase the number of classrooms For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related News ? It also granted approval to fill 13 vacant posts of civil judge (junior division) by direct recruitment and 11 posts of ? said a release. ?We thought that Melghat youths who have overcome problems of malnutrition and unemployment should get exposed to activities like Enduro3.however.

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