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Monday, May 19, 2008

A Russian rendezvous in Hyderabad

A heady interplay of comedy, fantasy and wisdom makes Dramanon's production, 'Fools', a contemporary theatrical classic.

The story is set in the Ukraine when it was still part of Russia in the 1890's, in a town called Kulyenchikov when it was put under a curse, rendering its inhabitants stupid.

A young schoolteacher Leon is sent to this town on a mission to break the curse on the village. On his way, Leon meets many of the inhabitants, such as "Something Something Snetsky," and Yenchna, the vendor who tries to sell flowers claiming they are fish! Directed By R.K Shenoy, the play was a hit among the growing fraternity of young theatre enthusiasts in the city.

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