Kamaluddin Nilu

Nilu, issue 10

No Local is Anymore Local: A Transcultural Adaptation of Ibsen’s Peer Gynt

In this presentation, I will talk about the approach to my theatre production NativePeer, based on Henrik Ibsen’s text Peer Gynt, which I directed with the final year students of National School of Drama, New Delhi. The premiere took place on 28 September 2015. In my discussion, I will focus on the process of transcultural …

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Kamaluddin Nilu । Contemporary Theatre Directors’ approaches in South Asia

History is not the past: it is a consciousness of the past used for present purposes -Greg Dening  In this presentation I will argue that theatre directors from South Asia belong to a tradition of political theatre. This also applies when Ibsen’s plays are staged. I will further illustrate why and how directors from South …

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Kamaluddin Nilu । An Enemy of the People – A narrative discourse on time and space

In this presentation, I will first spell out how and why I consider An Enemy of the People as a strong play which is still relevant both in the West as well as in other parts of the world, 125 years after it was written. The focus will be on how the play has been …

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