Ajoka Theatre team is back in Pakistan after performing in India. Indian
press has showered praises on the performances not only because the
theatre festival itself of-fered great quality, but also because the
peace initiative of Ajoka Theatre is quite ap-preciable.
A 40 member
Ajoka Theatre team of actors and technical crew performed in the
first-ever festival of Pakistani theatre in India. “Humsaya Theatre for
Peace Festival” took place between September 14-17, 2015 at Delhi’s most
prestigious theatre venue, and it featured four of Ajoka Theatre’s
landmark plays including “Bulha”, “Dara”, “Kaun hai Yeh Gustakh” and “Lo
Phr Basant Aee”. The festival was being held by Ajoka in collaboration
with a Delhi-based peace organization Routes 2 Roots. All major
news-papers and news agencies including Times of India, Indian Express,
Hindustan Times, Statesman, Deccan Herald, The Hindu, Naubharat Times,
Asian Age and Mail Today have ran the story with interviews of Ajoka’s
Shahid Nadeem and Madeeha Gauhar. The four-day festival was followed by
a seminar on Theatre for Peace being held at Delhi’s Jawaharlal Nehru
University. The speakers at the seminar include Pran Nevile, Usha
Ganguli, Bansi Kaul and Kewal Dhaliwal from India and Asghar Nadeem
Syed, Madeeha Gauhar and Shahid Nadeem from Pakistan.
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