Hindi adaptation of Twelfth Night staged at Chandigarh Theatre Festival
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At the World Shakespeare Festival held in London this year, 37 countries performed the Bard's plays in their own languages. The Company Theatre of Mumbai staged a Hindi adaptation of Twelfth Night titled Piya Behroopiya.
Directed by Atul Kumar, the Chandigarh audience enjoyed the play on Saturday evening at Tagore Theatre as part of the second day of the Chandigarh Theatre Festival. The play has been translated by Amitosh Nagpal, and the setting is Indian too.
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