Event Gurrya ka Ghar
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DescriptionBased on Henrik Ibsen´s A Doll´s House. / Opening at Ibsen in South Asia Theatre Festival in Alhamra Hall No. 2 in Lahore on 23 April 2006. Performed at Arts Council Theatre in Karachi 15 - 19 February 2007. / Tour: / 20. november 2009: National Theatre, Shilpakala Academy, International Ibsen Seminar and Theatre Festival, Dhaka, Bangladesh. / 4 and 5 December 2012: Delhi Ibsen Festival, New Delhi, India.
VenueDelhi Ibsen Festival, New Delhi, India
First Date4th December 2012
Opening Night23rd April 2006
Last Date5th December 2012
StatusProfessional
Primary GenreTheatre
Secondary Genre
    • Drama
Source
  • Web: Ibsen.net
Organisations
Contributors
_CONTRIBIDSORT_NameName_contfunctIONIDFunctionCharacterNotes
428532Chao, Mani, Mani Chao379ActorStage Hand 1
429145Faruqi, Mahvash, Mahvash Faruqi379ActorTehmina Murad
429872Hasan, Saife, Saife Hasan379ActorMurad
430600Kermani, Sheema, Sheema Kermani379ActorSakina
431587Meraj, Salim, Salim Meraj379ActorSalim
431815Mundrawala, Asma, Asma Mundrawala379ActorStage Hand 2
430320Jafri, Anwer, Anwer Jafri389Adaptation
431777Mufti, Uns, Uns Mufti388Composer
430320Jafri, Anwer, Anwer Jafri376Designer
430320Jafri, Anwer, Anwer Jafri375Director
430320Jafri, Anwer, Anwer Jafri380Lighting Designer
426902Ibsen, Henrik, Henrik Ibsen386Playwright
Events in tour
SORT_EONameNameTourVenueIDVenueDatoEventID
Gurrya ka GharGurrya ka Ghar13169Arts Council Theatre, M.R Kyani Road, Karachi, Pakistan2007-02-1577325
Gurrya ka GharGurrya ka Ghar13149National Theatre Auditorium Shilpakala Academy, 14/3 Segunbagicha, Ramna, Dhaka, Bangladesh2009-11-2077326
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Production NationalityPakistan
Performance languageUrdu
Further Informationnt / 962 / Director's note: / Although remaining true to the theme and the manner in which the plot unfolds in Henrik Ibsen´s ‘A Doll's House´, Gurrya ka Ghar is more than an adaptation. The difference in moral values of 19th century Europe and those of present day Pakistan necessitated major departures from the original. It is thus, an exercise in ‘contemporising´ a classic play, both in content and form without straying away from Ibsen's ‘naturalism´. / To do away with the scenery and sets, which I considered superfluous, and still remain in the realm of ‘realism´, I opted to present the play in the setting of a ‘rehearsal of a play´. Having arrived at this premise, I made use of all possibilities that came naturally, such as interventions of stage hands, the prologue and the ending after the ‘rehearsal´.
Event Identifier91242
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