“Natya. Indian classical theatre at La Sapienza”, workshop, 9/12/2021
In this workshop, which closes the cycle of meetings organised in the framework of the Ateneo 2019 workshop, papers will be presented on Asian and European theatres (Nicola Savarese, Lyne Bansat-Boudon), on Indian classical dramas and in particular on representations of Kālidāsa’s Śakuntalā (Fabrizia Baldissera, Vincenzina Mazzarino, Elisa Ganser, Sylvain Brocquet), as well as on Kutiyattam and Tholu Bommalata shadow theatre (Virginie Johan, Serena Autiero).
It is possible to attend:
– in person, by registering at https://www.uniroma1.it/it/notizia/covid-19-procedure-di-accesso-alle-sedi-sapienza
– remotely, via the Zoom link https://uniroma1.zoom.us/j/88179326155?pwd=aC9NaWR5Yjd1YUJieHlhODhtenBGZz09
Practical information and programme:
Here is the link to the poster and the full programme published on the department’s website: https://web.uniroma1.it/diso/archivionotizie/giornata-di-studi-sul-teatro-indiano.
Thursday 9 December, 10.40 am – 6.30 pm.
La Sapienza University, Rome. Faculty of Letters and Philosophy.
Meeting room 1, Marco Polo building
Download the programme in PDF format