`RAMKALI - The Good Woman of Delhi` A Musical Dance Theatre
Released on: September 15, 2008, 5:21 am
Press Release Author: Deepak Gupta
Press Release Summary: Recently Zenith organised a two days play at Sirifort Auditorium, an adaptation of German play 'The Good Woman of Setzuan'. "RAMKALI - THE GOOD WOMAN OF DELHI" ably guided by renowned theatre director, Arvind Gaur, choreographed by internationally famous young dance Guru Sooraj Katoch.
Press Release Body: Recently Zenith organised a two days play at Sirifort Auditorium, an adaptation of German play 'The Good Woman of Setzuan'. "RAMKALI - THE GOOD WOMAN OF DELHI" ably guided by renowned theatre director, Arvind Gaur, choreographed by internationally famous young dance Guru Sooraj Katoch. The Play based on 'The Good Woman of Setzuan' originally written in German by Bertolt Brecht adapted in Hindi by Amitabh Srivastava, lyrics by 'Aaja Nachle' & 'Tashan' famed Piyush Mishra, composed by Dr. Sangeeta Gaur & music design by Sandy. The play features artists of Zenith Academy along with a few actors from Asmita Theatre group and produced by young theater activist Ritu Soni Kapoor. The play revolves around a virtuous prostitute called Ramkali, who is blessed by the gods to remain good all her life, even among wrong doers. To justify their existence, the gods have to find a single good person, living a life worthy of a human being. They travel throughout the countryside, unable to find lodging in Delhi; they meet Ramkali, who takes them in. The gods take pity on her and contrive to give her a share of money. With this windfall, Ramkali promptly gets into trouble. We come to the climax when Ramlal (a self-declared hero) enters the scene. It could not have been better for city's thousands of theater connoisseurs who were enthralled by a two-days scintillating dance drama Ramkali "The Good Woman of Delhi". The thoughtful play leaves a lasting impression by pricking the conscience of many. It also exemplifies the dual approach of those who tend to take a high moral ground. Cliched it may sound, the compelling play forces us to again think who is right and who is wrong. During the two days play theatre lovers Sonal Mansingh, Shammi Narang, Arvind Gaur, Mukesh Gupta, Ritu Soni, Sooraj Katoch, Vandana Vadhera, Vipin Aneja were present there.
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