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Since 2011, Atlanta Theater Workshop, Inc. has presented several full-length and one-act plays. Our audience now expects nothing but the very best from us and we have not disappointed them. Our previous productions include Ekti Obastab Golpo, Pashupati Opera, Pathor, Ballabhpurer Roopkatha, Shubhajonmodin, Mukhosh and Dakghar.

 

Atlanta Theater Workshop Mesmerizes The Audience ...

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Atlanta Theater Workshop presented two One-Act Bengali plays by the noted playwright, Bimal Bandyopadhyay on Saturday, April 2, 2011 to a full house at Red Clay Theatre, Duluth.  The evenng started with a brief introduction by EmCee Richa Sarkar exactly at 5:30: PM. The first of the two plays, Ekti Obastab Golpo (একটি অবাস্তব গল্প - An Implausible Story) was presented in the first half of the show while The Pashupati Opera (পশুপতি অপেরা) was presented in the second half.

An intense scene from Ekti Obastab Golpo (Photo by Sanjoy Maity)

 

The final scene from Pashupati Opera (Photo by Shankar Sengupta)

 

What some of our audience said ...

"... I would also like to congratulate the whole team for their hard work & dedication. Honestly, we got something which was beyond expectation & from now onwards all our excuses for not producing a professional show will not work anymore. I feel we were very lucky to watch a drama like that in Atlanta. " -Richa

" ... It was worth experiencing it. It was well structured, contributed by talented actors and actresses and guided by a great director. Sound, lighting and set up was awesome. About set up,  I can say, it was so smooth that it looked like a work of a camera. At one point it was hard to believe that it was performing art on a stage and not a movie. Discipline and the teamwork played the key role. No doubt it was a group theater in the true sense of the term. ... Looking forward to see more quality production like this. Atlanta is proud to have you all." -Rai

"... Thanks for the perfect ending to last Saturday*. What a day!!!! I really enjoyed it. I loved the variation of 2 short plays instead of one, something different. I had a wonderful time. Thanks again." -Sonjukta
* India had won th ICC World Cup on Saturday, April 2, 2011 - the day of our show.

"... Ekti Obastob Golpo was a great combination of surprise, humor and drama. All the characters were spot on, came out very well. I was riveted to the play. Very well directed. Joy at the end delivered the punch, which also elevated the play. ..." Sudipto

 



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