On Friday, September 24, 2010, at 7pm in the Palmerston Library Theatre, Rasik Arts is presenting a staged reading of Habib Tanvir's masterpiece, Charandas Chor [Charandas the Thief], in English, and some audience members may have to fill in the parts! Charandas the thief is a Robin Hood-like figure who is a very successful thief, but has one problem--he cannot tell a lie! Based on a popular folk hero, this rambunctious comedy is a satire on greed on all levels of society. Come hear this legendary piece - and if you're adventurous, come early (6:30pm) to help us fill in the cast. Featured readers are: Amish Patel, Dinesh Sachdev, Nisha Ahuja, Paloma Nunez, Anita Elisha, Lorne Hiro, David Fujino, Ishwar Mooljee, Ali Rizvi Badshad, Ash Knight, and ????
This reading is part of Culture Days so admission is FREE to the public.
Palmerston Library Theatre -560 Palmerston Ave, Toronto (2nd street West of Bathurst St., Just north of Bloor) -Parking is available in the green P parking lot across the street. Wheelchair accessible.
For more information call 416-654-9231, or click on- Ontario Culture Days
read review: About Books/Charandas Chor