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What’s Done is Done – An English Theater Performance w/ Bollywood celebrities

Jul 31, 2016 @ 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm

$79

An English Play starring Kalki Koechlin, Vinay Pathak & Ranvir Shorey.

WHAT IS DONE IS DONE based on William Shakespeare’s Macbeth
a CINEMATOGRAPH production
directed by Rajat Kapoor
Sunday July 31, 2016 at 6pm at Northshore Performing Arts Center in Bothell

Synopsis
Once again the clowns draw us to the world of Macky B and his Lady. The righteous Macky B is a good man, brave soldier, loyal friend..
and he would have been the same perhaps, if he didn’t meet those three weird sisters that night!
He would have been happier.
Sometimes it is better to not know what is in store for us.
Sometimes, all you need is a little push- to go to the other side.

Macky B fell!

Bio:

Aditya Kelgaonkar
In a career of eight years in the film industry, I have worked as an Associate Director, Assistant Cinematographer, Assistant Director, Production Manager, Independent Writer, Director and Cinematographer on projects varying from feature films, Ad. films (TVCs), documentaries, plays, short films and international TV shows.  Some of the projects I have been a part of are – Ashutosh Gowarikers Magnum opus Jodha Akbar (Assistant Cameraman), National award winning documentary Gulabi Gang(Assistant Director), Singapore based TV show Vintage Hunter (Production Manager) and yet to be released Independent feature film Mantra (Associate Director). I was also selected for the NFDC Directors lab 2014.

Asmit Pathare
is a screenwriter, filmmaker and stage lighting designer. His films have been screened at MAMI, IFFLA, Kerala Film Festival including the Sapporo Short Film Fest in Japan. He has been part of the first collaborative ventures in film-making, both in the world and then in India. He has lit for theatre productions in English, Hindi, Gujarati as well as the TATA Literature Live festival in Bombay.

Mansi Multani
Actor, singer and overall performance addict, Mansi Multani has been a part of several theatre productions such as Atul Kumar’s Piya Behrupiya, Sunil Shanbag’s Stories in a Song, Gagan Riar’s Ishq Aaha and Rajat Kapoor’s What is Done is Done to name a few. The first of which, Piya Behrupiya opened at The Globe Theatre in London for the Cultural Olympics in 2012 and has now crossed 140 shows and been performed all over the world from The Shake Nice Festival in France to The Santiago A’Mil Theatre Festival in South America. She has also acted in docu dramas on television and comedy sketches on YouTube with All India Bakchod. She is also a songwriter as singing has always been her passion and now an integral part of her work given the musicals she performs in.

Jim Sarbh
is an actor based in Bombay. He studied Psychology at the Emory University in Atlanta, while simultaneously performing in a variety of theatre productions such as The Time of Your Life, The Zoo Story, Bury the Dead, Cleansed, and The Final Hours of Troy.  Post university, Jim worked at the Alliance Theatre in Atlanta for a year, and performed in The Show!, The Breakup, Tennis in Nablus,and Ice Glen (2009), for which he won a Major Supporting Role Metropolitan Atlanta Theatre Award.  After moving back to Bombay in 2012, Jim has performed in various plays, including, Ok Tata Bye Bye, Limbo, Death of a Salesman, Gates to India Song, Cock, Noises Off, The Glass Menagerie, Eat! and Bull. He also directed Bull, a version of Cock, and Untold Stories. For his contribution to Indian theatre, he was selected for the Forbes India 30 under 30 list in early 2015.  In 2015, he acted in three feature films, Neerja by Ram Madhvani, Yashodhara by Jyoti Patil, 3  Takes by Daria Ghai, and the short films Mamas Boys by Akshat Verma, and Like Summer Like Rain by Gouri Dutt. He also performed on stage in Vickram Kapadias The Merchant of Venice, Kalki Koechlins The Living Room, and Rajat Kapoors What is Done, is Done. Ajeeb Ashiq is his feature film debut, with Neerja following close on its heels (February 19, 2016 release). In 2016, he begins shooting for Konkana Sensharmas debut feature A Death in the Ganj

Suraj Tomer
is an Indian theatre & film artist. He started his journey with the Amazing Thoughts Theatre group in Delhi from 2006-2011. In mid 2011 he moved to Mumbai & started working with Tram Arts Trust & The Company Theatre. He is known for theatre shows like Bombay Motor Driving School, “Alice in Wonderland”, ” Manodasha”, “Yugdrishta”, ” Fandi” amongst others.

Sujay Saple
is an independent theatre performer, director and designer, working actively in the field of theatre for over fourteen years. He is also the Artistic Director of ShapeShift  an experimental performance company based in Mumbai. He has been involved in more than 30 theatre projects, collaborating with directors such as Atul Kumar, Rajat Kapoor, Rehaan Engineer, Jyoti Dogra, Benjamin Juhel(France), Teresa Prima(Portugal), among others. His acting work includes Voices, The Con-Artist, Elsinore, Noises Off(all directed by Atul Kumar); Hair(dir Ajay Krishnan); and the hugely successful Hamlet The Clown Prince(dir Rajat Kapoor), besides several others. He has trained in physical theatre for a brief period with Adil Hussain, living and working under a rigorous training regime in his international society for artists and performers in Hampi, Karnataka. He has choreographed and directed two original works under his own banner Shapeshift  Unselfed(2012) and ‘Moonfool(2014) which have performed at various  festivals around India and received rave reviews. He regularly conducts workshops in theatre and movement for children, young adults and professionals, both in India and abroad. In the past, he has also exercised his proficiency as an administrator and organizer for various theatre conferences, curation of workshops, theatre festivals, artistic exchanges and international collaborations. He is a recipient of the Ministry of Culture-Government of India fellowship for theatre research and practice. He teaches performance at the Kamla Raheja Vidyanidhi Institute of Architecture. He lives in Mumbai.

Tillotama Shome
is a Bengali actress whose unique cinematic choices have quietly but powerfully garnered critical appreciation. She recently won the Best actress award at the Abu Dhabi Film Festival 2013 and at the International Film Festival of Queensland 2014 for her portrayal of Kanwar in Anup Singhs multiple award winning film Qissa. Her debut as Alice in Mira Nairs Monsoon Wedding was applauded world over. Her other films include Oscar winning director Florian Gallenbergers epic Shadows of Time,AbhishekPathaks 2010 National Award winning short film Boond,The Waiting City by Claire McCarthy, Gangor by ItaloSpinelli, a complex potrayal in Shanghai by Dibakar Banerjee, Qissa by Anup Singh Batla with co-actor Irrfan Khan, TasherDesh by Qaushiq Mukherje andChildren of War by Mritunjay Devrat.Her upcoming releases areSoldby Jeffrey Brown, William Rieads film The Letters and A New Life By Andreas Kleinert In addition to her on-screen acting accomplishments, Tillotama has also been awarded the prestigious INLAKS scholarship and worked as a teaching artist at the Creative Arts Team,with prison inmates and women in domestic violence shelters in New York. Shome also holds a  Bachelors and Masters degree in English Literature from Delhi University and a second masters from NYU in Educational Theatre.

Rajat Kapoor
is an Indian  film actor-writer-director and a theatre personality. He has acted in numerous hindi films and produced and directed quite a few non-mainstream films which re representative of indie movement in India. His films and plays have been showcased in film and theatre festivals all over the world. His obsession with clowns and infatuation with Shakespeare has produced four plays in the past 8 years, all of which are currently running. He runs a his company CINEMATOGRAPH from Mumbai.

Vinay Pathak
is an Indian film and theatre actor. He is known for his roles in Bheja Fry, Khosla Ka Ghosla, Johnny Gaddar, Badlapur to name a few. Vinay has also produced the film Dasvidaniya. Vinay has acted in theatre productions C For Clown, Hamlet – The Clown Prince, Nothing Like Lear, Macbeth and As You Like It, being a different clown every time.

Waris Ahmed Zaidi
s/o Mr.Shahnawaz Ahmed Zaidi and Shabnam Ara born on 3rd day of December 1990, in a village in UP west.Eldest of four children. Interschool quiz champion from 2004-2007 in the north zone of CMI schools. Graduated as a Mechanical engineer from Uttar Pradesh Technical University. Won all the competitions during the graduation era , Became Mr Fresher in year 1 (2009), Best Student in year 3(2012) & Mr Farewell in year 4(2013). Was the co-editor and editor for two consecutive years of the college and group magazines respectively. Did Post Graduate Diploma in Acting from AJK MCRC, JamiaMIlliaIslamia, New Delhi meanwhile worked and trained under the directions of Theatre maestro Prof. MK Raina, Mr. DR Ankur, Mr.Santanu Bose, Script writing legends such as Amitabh Srivastava, Danish Iqbal(AIR) and Dr.SantoshRana from NCERT, learnt basics of Chhau from ShashidharAcharya and Grotowsky from Ms.Moonmoonsingh. Worked with IPTA Delhi State doing many street plays and proscenium plays. Free-lanced with two more theatre groups in delhi for plays like Tughlaq and TetwalkaKutta. Came to Mumbai on 10th August 2014 and after an year of short performances on different occasions and doing a few shows of experimental Kavitaokarangmanch opened a theatre group with batch mates from Jamia and staged a new play ShaadikhaanaAabaadi.

Kalki Koechlin
is an Indian film actress of French descent who has essayed a variety of powerful roles. She debuted with the critically acclaimed ‘Dev D’ for which she received the Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress (2009). Kalki has worked as a co-screenwriter with Anurag Kashyap in ‘That Girl in Yellow Boots’ and also starred in the film as an immigrant in search of her father Mumbais underbelly. She received the National Award in the Best Jury Category (2016) for ‘Margarita with a Straw’, which she plays a spirited, young woman with cerebral palsy. Kalki has written, produced and acted in many stage plays including ‘Trivial Disasters’, ‘The Real Inspector Hound’ and ‘Hair’. Kalki plays Ophelia in a unique rendering of ‘Hamlet–The Clown Prince’ .Her performance is also noteworthy in ‘Colour Blind’, based on the writings and life of Tagore. In 2015, she launched her production house Little Production and wrote and directed ‘The Living Room’, an absurd comedy on death which is running successfully across the country. She is committed to supporting women’s rights and is vocal about gender discrimination. She spoken out against Child Sexual Abuse and has lent her support to various social campaigns working in the field of women’s rights and the girl child. In this regard, she has written and performed ‘An Intense piece about the Truths of Womanhood’, an ode to women bound by patriarchy. ‘The Printing Machine circa 2015’ is about the numbing nature in which news of violence against women is both generated and consumed and the video became hugely popular on the internet.

Details

Date:
Jul 31, 2016
Time:
5:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Cost:
$79
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Website:
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Venue

North Shore Performing Arts Center
18125 92nd Ave NE
Bothell, WA 98011 United States

Organizer

Wicked Karma
Phone:
2064099019
Email:
chrisstie@gmail.com
Website:
wicked-karma.com

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