“Theatre is strong enough to break the walls of caste, religion and race among people and bind them with harmony,” opined senior theatrist Rameshwari Verma.
She was speaking after inaugurating a function organised by Mysuru District Amateur Theatre Artists Association as part of World Theatre Day celebrations at Maneyangala in Kalamandira premises here last evening. Rameshwari Verma said that theatre projects a strong message of equality. She pointed out that fundamentalists and narrow-minded people were on the rise in society which was responsible for breaking unity in society and added that it was a solace that theatre was a good binding media. She sought innovative attempts in theatre in city.
Senior Rangayana artiste Mime Ramesh, Fine Arts College Dramatics Professor K.R. Sumathi, Association President H.S. Suresh Babu and Member Madhav Khare were present.
B.R. Raghavendra and troupe rendered theatre songs. Mime artistes presented an attractive show clicking selfies on mobile phones through a pantomime.