Arvind Gaur (अरविन्द गौड़) adalah seorang sutradara teater India yang dikenal atas drama inovatif, sosial dan politik yang relevan di India.[1][2] Drama Gaur bersifat kontemporer dan memprovokasi pemikiran, yang menghubungkan lingkungan pribadi yang intim dan eksistensinya dengan masalah sosial politik yang lebih besar.[3][4]

Arvind Gaur

Bacaan lanjutan sunting

  1. "Arvind Gaur-A Decade in Theatre" by J.N. Kaushal (ex-Acting Chief, National School of Drama, Repertory Company), published by ITI (International Theatre Institute), UNESCO, Indian Chapter
  2. "Raising the curtain on theatre": Director Arvind Gaur reflects on why India needs a cultural policy by Seema Sindhu (Life Fires, September, 2007)
  3. His Voice-"Ace Act", essay by Shekhar Chandran (New Women, Jan. 2008)
  4. "The World of Theatre" by Ian Herbert, Nicole Leclercq (P-126) published by International Theatre Institute

Referensi sunting

  1. ^ Nandini Nair (3 May 2008). "Walking the causeway". Chennai, India: The Hindu. Diarsipkan dari versi asli tanggal 2008-05-06. Diakses tanggal 2008-10-09. 
  2. ^ Sonal Jaitly (10 June 2012). "Theatre is calling for change in India". Washington Times. Diakses tanggal 2013-07-18. 
  3. ^ Vatsala Shrivastava (7 May 2010). "Livewire, uninterrupted". The Asian Age. Diakses tanggal 2010-05-08. 
  4. ^ "Brechtfast in Ballimaran". Time Out Delhi. Diarsipkan dari versi asli tanggal 2013-12-31. Diakses tanggal 2008-10-09. 

Pranala luar sunting

  1. The good man of Delhi stage by Archana (2008-09-26) Mail-Today. Diarsipkan 2009-03-15 di Wayback Machine.
  2. Founder of Asmita Group, by Rohit Malik, Delhi Events (2008.12.30)
  3. Gandhari, solo-act by Aishveryaa Nidhi
  4. "All The World’s A Platform" by Shailaja Tripathi. Expressindia ,( 2003.09.17)[pranala nonaktif permanen]
  5. "Heal the wounds" by Rohini Ramakrishan,(2004/12/11), Diarsipkan 2012-11-03 di Wayback Machine. The Hindu
  6. Dramatics Society of Lady Shri Ram College
  7. "A plethora of problems afflicts Hindi theatre" Rana A Siddiqui, The Tribune.(2001.12.28)
  8. "Mahesh Dattani's Final Solutions"Oneness Peace Festival,Hindu College,University of Delhi(2005.09.16)
  9. "Play of rules-Arvind Gaur's street theatre-Hatke Bachke"Nandini Nair,The Hindu (2009.01.12) Diarsipkan 2008-08-20 di Wayback Machine.
  10. "Nobody’s Child-Bitter Chocolate" Express Features Service,The Indian Express (2004.01.08)
  11. "The Park’s The Other Festival"Onassis Awardee Manjula Padmanabhan's "Hidden fires"-The Museum Theatre,Chennai(2005.12.07)