Two Strangers and Oleander Flowers staged at Shilpakala

Cultural Correspondent | Published: 00:00, Aug 22,2019

 
 

A scene from Two Strangers and Oleander Flowers. — Sourav Lasker

Theatre troupe Space and Acting Research Centre staged its play titled ‘Two Strangers and Oleander Flowers’ at Studio Theatre Hall of Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy on Tuesday.

The play, written, designed and directed by Ashish Khondker, revolves around two brothers who decide to travel across the world to look for their father.

As they set out on the journey they discover many secrets, laws of nature and others. At one stage of the play, they come across a ship where they find an old man guarding the ship and a woman who claims to be the daughter of a woodcutter.

The guard tells them that he has the key to the gate of a city where grows the elusive Oleander Flower that has magical powers.

The two brothers stab the guard and take the key. They set out on a quest to find the flower and the city.

As the brothers exit the scene, the dying guard discloses that he still has the real key and his killers left with the fake one.

Mita Muni, Mostak Ahamad, Saidy Hasan Rabby, Omar Faruq and Drik Arefin acted in the play.

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