Brecht Theatre Festival concludes
SLAMABAD: At a time when acts of hatred have struck fear in hearts and polluted the air of this once serene city, Ajoka Theatre plays help relieve the nerves and enlighten the minds by baring the good and bad in human nature.
Reflecting rural society’s development and exposing political implications of modern days, candidly through its popular stage play ‘Bala King’ Ajoka Theatre’s three-day ‘Brecht Theatre Festival’ concluded at Pakistan National Council of the Arts (PNCA) concluded on Sunday.
The festival was organised by PNCA in collaboration with Ajoka Theatre to pay tribute to Bertolt Brecht, a German poet, playwright and theatre director, and to introduce Brecht, to art lovers of twin cities, who was an influential theatre practitioner of the 20th century. Brecht is known for significant contributions to dramaturgy and theatrical production. With bustling crowd inside PNCA auditorium on Sunday, theatre lovers rejoiced every moment of play mainly in the city which is considered to be a ‘sleeping.
Source: Daily Times