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PLEASE NOTE:- In view of the current situation, this event stands postponed. We will keep you informed of further details.

 

Marathi Theatre Festival a Stage for Marathi Stories

An NCPA Presentation

2022 is the year of global renewal. As we come out on the other side of the Covid-19 pandemic, we look to our past to build the future. We embrace the theatrical heritage and diversity of India by relaunching our flagship festivals Pratibimb (Marathi), Vasant (Gujarati) and Ananda (Hindi). The festivals will focus on established companies as they take to our stages, with a view to showcase the very best theatre from around the country.

2023 takes this endeavour a step further and will see the premiere of a new play, commissioned by the NCPA, in each language. This is part of our commitment to the creation, and celebration of creation, of new work in multiple languages.

This brave new world will be what we make it. We have had time to reflect during the lockdown. And now is the time to let the coiled spring of creative energy open out with all its vigour.

The NCPA is delighted to relaunch the Pratibimb Marathi Natya Utsav in January 2022. Pratibimb reflects the vibrant tradition of theatre in Maharashtra known for its thought-provoking themes that present the world around us in a new light.
Plays, readings, talks and discussions by the best names in contemporary Marathi theatre are part of this three-day celebration.

Supported by Shilpa Kumar

Box Office for the Festival: 26th December for Members & 29th December for Public

 

WE CARE ABOUT YOUR SAFETY: –

  • Entry from Gate No.1 for vehicles and pedestrians.
  • Entry from Gate No.2 for pedestrians only.
  • All visitors will have their body temperature checked with non-invasive apparatus at entry point.
  • Fully Vaccinated Certificate as per the government guidelines is compulsory.
    Definition of being Fully Vaccinated: A fully vaccinated person will mean – Any person who has received both doses of the vaccine and 14 days have lapsed since the administration of the second dose; OR
    Any person having a medical condition that does not allow him or her to take the vaccine and has a certificate to that extent from a recognised doctor; OR
    A person who is less than 18 years of age.
  • Visitors to make use of the hand sanitiser provided at the entry point.
  • Use of face covers/masks is mandatory at all times.
  • Visitors to maintain proper social distancing at all times. 

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