The act spans over four days, in different parts. The opening show (May 10) is Karna, which the organisers dedicate to “all the Karnas, natural and unnatural, who are denied their position in the social milieu.” They explain that Karna’s life was extremely unfair, because of which it elicits sympathy.
The second day (May 11) stages Meera, which shows how she articulated through her poetry the problems that came her way. On the third day (May 17), comes Abhimanyu, a portrayal of how violence is useless when trying to settle a dispute.
The final day (May 18) stages Shree Durga, on how feminine power takes over the mindless demons of society.
Catch it liveWhat: Tenth Festival of BalletsWhen: May 10 - 18Time: 7pmWhere: Kamani Auditorium, Copernicus MargNEAREST METRO STATION: Mandi House on the Blue Line