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Bengaluru based theatre group raises funds to help coronavirus pandemic affected artists

32-year-old amateur theatre group Sanchaya Theatre has thought of a new activity for artists in need.

The theatre group intends to raise funds for full-time senior and women artists who have been influenced because of the progressing pandemic COVID-19.

Sanchaya Theatre intends to raise funds through tagged online shows where crowds from over the world will have the option to watch 4-5 plays sitting inside their homes with loved ones.

The plays will stream on the Filmmakers United Club website.

The ticket for each play will cost Rs 500 where the ticket holder has the freedom to watch the play once with his\her loved ones.

With the funds raised from the online shows near 300-400 full time artists in Karnataka will get a payment of Rs 3000 every month for the next 3 months (October, November, December 2020).

Focusing on senior and women artists, the artists in need have been carefully chosen to guarantee that funds are appropriately channelized.

Debuting on October 2, the group intends to stream 5 distinct plays from various theatre groups.

Generally welcomed plays like Shraddha Matthu Stainless Steel Pathregalu, Tempest, Neeru Kudisida Neeryeyaru, Ammavra Ganda are among the plays which will be accessible on the web.

For the uninitiated Sanchaya Theatre was established in 1988, a brainchild of GS Rama Rao, a teacher.

From that point forward the group has created more than 50 Plays in Kannada and have included in excess of 300 artists in different parts of these plays.

The group has additionally been associated with arranging musical programs, theatre workshops and have performed shows the nation over.

Noticeable theatre artists like CG Krishnamurthy, R Nagesh, S Surendranath, Suresh Anagalli, Krishnamurthy Kavathar, SK Madhava Rao, Abbur Jayatheertha, Kathlu Satya, Iqbal Ahmed, Joseph John and Shashidhar Barighat are related with Sanchaya Theatre.

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