The 12-day theatre festival organised by Sammilita Natya Parishad Sylhet marking the International Mother Language Day was ended on Monday with staging of Hattamalar Opare by Darpan Theatre.
The play dreaming for building a disparity-free non-communal society was staged at Kazi Nazrul Islam Auditorium at Rikabibazar in Sylhet.
Hattamalar Opare has been written by the Indian playwright Badal Sarker and directed jointly by Nahid Parvej Babu and Supriya Dev Shanta,
Hasna Alam Omi, Kanan Chanda, Murad Hossain, Tania, Enamul Haque Sami, Jyotika Chakrabarti, Mallika Chakrabarti, Mizanur Rahman Fahim, Jayita Jehen Priyati, Mahashweta Dev Purkayastha Shashi, Nahid Parvej Babu and Supriya Dev Shanta performed in different characters in the play.
After the show, Group Theatre Federation secretary general Aktaruzzaman handed the festival souvenir to the Darpan Theatre activists. SNPS chief director Arindam Datta Chandan, its president Mishfaq Ahmad Chowdhury and others were also present.
Earlier on February 22, Ekushe Padak winning music composer Sujeo Shyam inaugurated the festival.
Nabashikha Natyadal, Kathakali, Natyamancha, Nandik Natyadal, Natyalok (Surma), Theatre Bangla, Theatre Murarichand, Natya Niketan, Natyalok (Ambarkhana), Little Theatre, Diganta Theatre and Darpan Theatre staged plays in the 12-day theatre festival.
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