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NSD repertory plays in Guwahati

The repertory company of National School of Drama (NSD), New Delhi will stage five plays in the city starting from Thursday (19 January). The plays, to be performed at Shrimanta Shankardev Kalakhetra, will start every evening at 6 pm.

Well known plays including Ghasiram Katowal, Gajab Teri Ada, Lagi Lagan, Adha Chand and Tajmahal Ka Tender will be staged accordingly. The NSD repertory chef Suresh Sarma, while talking to the media persons at Guwahati Press Club on Tuesday, informed that there is no entry frees. Sarma expected good number of theatre audience in all the shows, however requested to avoid below five year babies with them. The repertory team, comprising 20 performers, has already staged all these plays at Tezpur, Dergaon, Tinsukia and Dibrgarh recently and received applause from the theatre goers. The team also includes four Assamese actors.

Popular Assamese actor Siddhartha Mukherjee and journalist Nava Thakuria were also present on the occasion to appreciate the NSD authority for sending the repertory team to Assam with their finest productions.

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