A performance titled ‘Eenchingba Episode Khamba Thoibi’ was demonstrated during the closing ceremony of a month-long workshop organised by Sharma Arts and Crafts (SACH) on Tuesday.
The workshop was conducted at the complex of SACH located at Khongman Zone III, under the sponsorship of CFPGS, Union Culture Ministry and under the aegis of Sharma Arts and Crafts (SACH).
Commenting on the site specific performance, managing director, SACH B Banamali said such site performance is hard to demonstrate frequently. Various technical supports are needed to demonstrate such site performances, he added.
SACH has been planning to demonstrate such site performance for years. The performance was demonstrated based on the month-long workshop, he added.
The play was demonstrated as a part taken from the epic Khamba-Thoibi, he said.
He further said the play is demonstrated by using the composition of SACH campus. Such plays need to be demonstrated frequently; however, it is hard to produce such plays due to lack of sponsorship, he added.
SACH will try to produce such plays in the coming years, said Banamali.
Theatre personality and critic Budha Chingtham; director, Kanglei Mime Theatre Y Sadananda and retired senior lecturer, DMC Science N Jainendrakumar Singh attended the function as chief guest, guest of honour and president respectively.