Leftovers (Shillak) - a rehearsed reading

By Sagar Deshmukh, translated from Marathi by Irawati Karnik

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Sat 17 Nov 2012

Pune is a city on the move, an engine powering the economic expansion of India; but what happens when development and innovation leave ordinary people struggling to catch up. A play about a traditional Indian family, left behind by the modern world.

Directed by Simon Godwin.

Sagar Deshmukh is a lawyer and a founder member of the Pune based theatre group Aasakta Kalamanch – as a writer, actor and technician. His other plays include Talyaat-Malyaat, Bed Ke Neeche Rehanewalee and Matra Ratra. As an actor he has performed in different national and international festivals. He wrote Shillak or Leftovers as part of the Royal Court/Rage Theatre workshop from 2010 -2011. It was performed in Marathi at the Writers Bloc Festival in 2012.

“Watch the video”: www.youtube.com/watch?v=ARIQiWPWoAs:new-window with playwright Sagar Deshmukh talking about his play, when it was performed as part of the Writers BlocFestival in Mumbai.

Leftovers (Shillak) is part of the “New Plays from India”: www.royalcourttheatre.com/season/new-plays-from-india:new-window season.

International Playwrights: A Genesis Foundation Project
With additional support from The Charles Wallace India Trust

New Plays from India is developed in collaboration with Rage Productions, Mumbai with support from the British Council


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