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Performing Arts: Theatre (from Homage to Karnataka, edited by Dr. Saryu Doshi)

Title:Performing Arts: Theatre (from Homage to Karnataka, edited by Dr. Saryu Doshi)
Author:Chandrasekhara, B.
Publication:Marg
Enumeration:Vol. 35-1, p. 135-138
Abstract:Kannada theatre is a composite phenomenon, comprising of folk theatre, professional theatre, and amateur theatre. Folk theatre has two forms: Yakshagana and Bayalata. The Kannada professional theatre began as a amateur theatre, and its halycon period was between 1900 and 1935. The amateur movement began in the early 1930, and has subsequently made tremendous progress.

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