‘WeMove’ ready for 50th show

BANGALORE: ‘WeMove’, one of the city-based theatre groups,  will be completing its 50th show by staging ‘Malgudi Daze’ on the stage on February 19. The theatre has managed to emerge

Published: 12th February 2012 02:08 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 05:54 PM   |  A+A-

BANGALORE: ‘WeMove’, one of the city-based theatre groups,  will be completing its 50th show by staging ‘Malgudi Daze’ on the stage on February 19.

The theatre has managed to emerge as a prime source of entertainment in Bangalore,  Mysore, Chennai and Pune. Addressing the media Abhishek Iyengar, one of the founders said, “In an era of modern entertainment and technology where primitive art forms frequently find themselves under the wraps, ‘WeMove’ was formed in 2006. The main intention of the group is to make ‘art approachable to all’. It also provides an open platform for people to come and explore their hidden talents and find a new light in life.”

“The biggest strength of ‘We Move’ is its people and their passion. So now ‘We Move’ has over 1,000 people registered and it has expanded its arm to different art fields such as ‘We Move Digital’ and ‘We Move Nrutya’ . To celebrate our theatre’s 50th show, Malgudi Daze  will be staged at K H Kalasoudha,  Hanumanthanagar at 6.30 pm,” he added.

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