1000 Words Each Posted on November 10, 2014 by tony in India, Indian Theatre, Mask Images, People, Volunteering We’ve opened MAYA and the kids have performed at two of the three venues already! Here are some pictures 🙂 Technical rehearsal creeps along at Ravindra Natya Mandir. oh, look! the Himalayas! Baby tiger playing ukelele? I’d pay to see this show. The dance number for “Beast Feast” tries to find its light. Stopping and starting in rehearsals was sort of difficult for those in more elaborate costumes, but they smiled on! Few can resist the selfie. The Dadar Gang—Raju, Sunita, Rohit, and Sajida—get ready to watch on opening night Glowing. Just glowing. Puppets that were cut from the show made their way to the photo booth in the lobby. I thought Astha was going to make the same face. Tricked again. Prasad as the wonderfully energetic peacock Indigo. His backstage face looks more nervous. Priyanka has the most complicated costume of them all. Not only is it large, it has three detachable heads. She was especially gracious with all the futzing it took to get the kinks worked out. Faces at closing circle after curtain call. It’s been great watching these kids learn so much. Moiz has such a stong presence and joy onstage. He is a delight to watch. When he becomes famous, I’ll be glad I have this picture. Look who came to visit! He was put to work right away during the last days of tech week. And then we had falooda! Published by tony View all posts by tony
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AMAZING! The joy on your face and the children’s is priceless. I love your updates and photos.
SO beautiful! I wish that I could see the show.
Wonderful Tony, you are all glowing!