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This festival is state of the art. Literally and figuratively

DNBAN72319 | 1/2/2014 | Author : Priyanka Golikeri | WC :456 | Art & Culture



Bangalore: How about a play eulogizing the history of Cubbon Park being staged right within its green environs?
Or a dance drama showcasing the story behind Malleswaram market being performed amidst the clutter and chaos of the age-old market?
Or better still, a musical play proclaiming the future of Bangalore city with the entry of the metro, taking place at one of the metro stations?
Well, in an attempt to get performing arts, specially theatre, music, dance, puppet shows beyond the realm of a chosen few auditoriums and theatres, a 6 day festival will take place in the city in a few months time.
This festival, called Project 560, will aim at achieving two objectives. Firstly, taking performing arts to a lot more peop
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