One of the world's best stage adaptations of Roald Dahl's children's book, George's Marvellous Medicine, will be staged in Delhi. The crux of this play is George mixing up things and making a potion because all children like adding this to that and creating coloured water.
The idea of a human body buried in soil in a box and placed on a barge on water has multiple connotations. “It is a preliminary attempt to possess breathing earth and turn soil into a living object," says Bangladeshi artist Kabir Ahmed Masum Chisty.
Director V Balakrishnan’s Theatre Nisha, a Chennai group, is presenting The Water Princess as part of Bonjour India. It will be staged in Delhi during the International Festival of Theatre for Young Audiences (TIFLI) on December 5, 7 pm.