Sylhet-based theatre troupe Natyalok Sylhet staged its play Ekhon Dushomoy at Kabi Kazi Nazrul Islam Auditorium at Rikabibazar in Sylhet on Friday evening.
The play was staged on the ninth day of the ongoing 12-day theatre festival organised by Sammilita Natya Parishad Sylhet marking the International Mother Language Day.
The play, written by Abdullah Al Mamun and directed by Afzal Hossain, featured the sufferings of mass people due to anomalies in society in early 1970s.
Farzana Mridula, Tanvir Ahmad Tushar, Jamal Uddin Mukul, AUA Oyes, Afzal Hossain, Moazzem Anam, Enamul Haque, Dewan Ruzel, Nurunnahar Baby and Muhitul Rahman Ronny, among others, performed different roles in the play.
Former director of Sammilita Natya Parishad Sylhet Arash Ali and journalist Ikramul Kabir presented a crest to the members of Naytalok Sylhet after the play.
Little Theatre staged Bhaibe Radharaman at the festival on Saturday.
The play has been written and directed by Tanvir Nahid Khan.
Artiste of defunct Swadhin Bangla Betarkendra and Ekushe Padak winning music composer Sujeo Shyam inaugurated the festival on February 22. The festival will end on March 5.
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