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BNA students impress Australian director


illiam Shakespear’s golden words ‘All the world is a stage...’ was brought alive during the theatrical presentati­on held at Thrust Auditorium of Bhartendu Natya Academy.

Students of the academy bought alive Russian playwright Anton Chekhov’s play Three Sisters and Uncle Vyanya that was helmed by Australian director Ambre Melor Moore. He was in the state capital for a monthlong workshop the prestigiou­s institutio­n. Moore shared that he has visited India in 1972 after he won the Churchil Scholarshi­p and was the first Australian to travel to Japan and India back then. After the workshop and theatrical presentati­on, he said that he was impressed with the young talent students. “With voice its

utmost important to use body language while acting,” he advised students.

Academy’s director Dinesh Khanna informed that they are signing up an agreement with National Institute of Dramatic Arts, Sydney for culture exchange programme. In December, they are inviting American director M Deniel for an acting workshop.

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Play Uncle Vyanya being staged in the city
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Ambre Melor Moore*

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