tirugata-report

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_tta_accordion style=”outline” shape=”square” color=”chino” gap=”4″ c_icon=”chevron” active_section=”1″ no_fill=”true”][vc_tta_section title=”Ninasam Tirugata: An Overview of 28 years” tab_id=”1504343566156-bcb3deaf-7b24″][vc_column_text]Tirugata, the itinerant theatre repertory was established in 1985. Ninasam’s idea of experimenting with such a project originated in the context of the decline of the professional theatre, and the limited achievements of the amateur theatre in post-independence Karnataka. It also aimed at testing whether it was possible to supplement the overall theatre activity in the state by presenting at a wide variety of centres, productions that combined the best elements of both professional and the amateur movements. It also provided the alumni of the Ninasam Theatre Institute a platform to test their innate talents and imbibed skills. A vast network of friends and contacts made it easier to organise the tour schedules. Trained actors and technicians appointed full time and paid; rehearsals and preparations for about three months; then, a long tour of about four months, encountering varied audiences all over Karnataka — this, on broad lines, is Tirugata. Click me for more reading[/vc_column_text][/vc_tta_section][vc_tta_section title=” Ninasam Tirugata report 2012-13″ tab_id=”1504343566196-5495bf5a-b166″][vc_column_text]Tirugata, the itinerant theatre repertory was established in 1985. Ninasam’s idea of experimenting with such a project originated in the context of the decline of the professional theatre, and the limited achievements of the amateur theatre in post-independence Karnataka. It also aimed at testing whether it was possible to supplement the overall theatre activity in the state by presenting at a wide variety of centres, productions that combined the best elements of both professional and the amateur movements. It also provided the alumni of the Ninasam Theatre Institute a platform to test their innate talents and imbibed skills. A vast network of friends and contacts made it easier to organise the tour schedules. Trained actors and technicians appointed full time and paid; rehearsals and preparations for about three months; then, a long tour of about four months, encountering varied audiences all over Karnataka — this, on broad lines, is Tirugata. Click me for more reading[/vc_column_text][/vc_tta_section][/vc_tta_accordion][/vc_column][/vc_row]