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  • Venue
    Experimental Theatre
  • Date Time
    25 March 2023 | 7:00 pm
  • Age Limit
  • Member Price
    Rs.450 & 744/-
  • Non Member Price
    Rs.500 & 826/-

Event Details

An NCPA Presentation in collaboration with Tibet Theatre & TIPA

Pah-Lak (Tibetan for “Father”) is originally an English play based on intensive research – it is an examination of the future of non-violence. The play focuses on the role of Buddhism in the lives of Tibetans and the dichotomy of the resistance movement that has emerged from decades of oppression, discrimination, and marginalisation.

The play is based on intensive research conducted by the author and renowned Indian playwright Abhishek Majumdar between 2013 and 2019 in Tibet and in collaboration with the Tibetan community in exile. “Pah-la” premiered on 3rd April 2019 at Royal Court Theatre, London with support from Reimagine India, Arts Council England. The Tibetan director and head of the “Tibet Theatre” Lhakpa Tsering, the German theatre director Harry Fuhrmann and Abhishek Majumdar have now realised a new Tibetan production of Pah-Lak with Tibetan artists in 2022-23, in collaboration with the Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts (TIPA).

Written by Abhishek Majumdar
Translated & Directed by Lhakpa Tsering
Co-Directed by Harry Fuhrmann
Cast: Kalsang Dolma, Tenzin Yonten, Tenzin Wangchuk, Youngkyar Dolma, Lhakpa Tsering, Tsering Bawa, Tenzin Lhundup, Nyima Dhondup & Tenzin Passang
Produced by Saatvika Kantamneni
Tibetan Play with English Subtitles

Late entry will not be permitted.

Box Office: 26th January for Members & 29th January for Public

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