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Paper Title: Social Issues In Unnayan Natto (Development theatre): Bangladesh
Authors Name: Mousumi Akter
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Published Paper Id: IJNRD2205010
Published In: Volume 7 Issue 5, May-2022
Abstract: This research is based on my personal experience as a Sundarban theatre performer. Sundarban theatre has created a number of traditional performances, including Pot - Gan, Gambhira, and Jarigan , all of which are concerned with current societal challenges. Bringing real-life experiences to the stage provided viewers with a stronger feeling of purpose, emotion, and personal connection, while also challenging them to address the problems that the characters on stage encountered. Only two types of relationships distinguish unnayan natto (development theatre) from proscenium performances: one between the actors and the other between the actors and the audience. The proscenium isolates the audience and expects them to remain silent throughout the performance, whereas the unnayan natto grows in the audience-actor connection. They have the ability to communicate and react to what is going on in the arena. Gender issues, child labor, child marriage, the dowry system, HIV and AIDS education, the importance of educating a female child, social and political institutions, and dynasty politics are only a few of the complex socioeconomic subjects dramatized by the genre of unnayan natto. The subject is given a sense of 'gratification and intensity' via a stage conversation' through the differing viewpoints of a number of persons. The theatre carries close alliances with folk drama’s form, it is more of a participatory approach than a common art form with a social communication process.
Keywords: Development theatre, Sundarban theatre, Social awareness, NGO, Participatory Communication.
Cite Article: "Social Issues In Unnayan Natto (Development theatre): Bangladesh", International Journal of Novel Research and Development (www.ijnrd.org), ISSN:2456-4184, Vol.7, Issue 5, page no.102-116, May-2022, Available :http://www.ijnrd.org/papers/IJNRD2205010.pdf
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