Its a New Tamil Stage Play K.Vivekshankar’s Nadhimoolam from Prayatna

Tamil stage play has been associated with Tamilians from yonder days. It has been the source of entertainment of our people those days and it would not be an extravagant statement if we say that many of our cine actors we admire to be evergreen heroes started as stage play artiste. Today this live entertainment division of performing arts is lacking support and admiration. The theatre troupes have very little from the public as encouragement and they face stiff competition from television and internet having mass reach.  If it was not for the art loving sabhas such as Sri Parthasarathy Swami Sabha, Kartik Fine arts to name a few,  Tamil stage plays would have become extinct by now.

It is our responsibility as Tamilians to ensure this art survives this onslaught and exists for our future generation to claim it as their profound Tamil culture. The plays are admission free and all theatre lovers are invited. Let us support their cause and their sincere appeal for encouragement and recognition.

Prayatna is a Tamil Theatre Group and they are bringing out their new Tamil stage play, ‘Nadhimoolam’ today (Feb 20th) at Mylapore Fine Arts Club Auditorium, Musiri Subramaniam Road, (Near Isabel’s hospital), Mylapore.  The play starts at 7.00 PM.  We can also see the play on Feb 21 and Feb 22 at the same venue and at the same time. Admission is free for 20th and 22nd February 2015.

Prayatna presents K.Vivekshankar's Nadhimoolam

Prayatna presents K.Vivekshankar’s Nadhimoolam

 

 

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