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After Bahuroopi, Rangayana artistes brace up to stage Bhyrappa’s ‘Parva’ across State, country: Addanda Cariyappa

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Mysuru: The recently concluded Bahuroopi National Theatre Festival was successful with the constant support of theatre enthusiasts, said Rangayana director Addanda C Cariyappa.

Rangayana this year organised Bahuroopi with Motherhood as theme and gave a wide exposure to folk, theatre, cinema and handicrafts and book expo attracting people from far and wide.

Everyday day several hundreds of people thronged the repertory and watched plays of their choice. Average daily income of Rs 65,000 was generated through ticket sales and expo. Various theatre troupes from across the country came to take part in the theatre festival, Addanda Cariyappa said.

“I am not a person to care for those who disobey me. I just say all things should go together and we all should strive to uplift Rangayana and its reputation”, said Cariappa.

Come April Rangayana artistes will go on a statewide tour to stage renowned writer S L Bhyrappa’s novel Parva adapted to stage. While in June, it will be staged at national level in different states, Cariyappa said.

Rangayana is also planning to organize Bahuroopi 2022 in December. As soon as possible, the maiden Girijanothsava will also be organised, added Cariyappa.

Rangayana staff, volunteers and many of them directly and indirectly supported and engaged with Bahuroopi festival. We are thankful to them, said Cariyappa.

Rangayana deputy director Nirmala Matapathi, Rangayana artiste Anju Singh and junior artistes were present.

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