mind adventures

an experimental theatre company set up in sri lanka in 1999.

Venuri Perera as Marina

 

Venuri Perera plays Marina in Rondo. Photograph by Deshan Tennekoon.

‘Have you come to take me away?’

Venuri Perera is one of Colombo’s eminent contemporary dancers and choreographers. Her last dance performance was at the Colombo Dance Platform 2011. Her most recent appearances as an actor have been in ‘V-Day 2011’, directed by Hans Billimoria and ‘The War Reporter’, directed by Jake Oorloff.

Find out more about Marina and her story, in Rondo, a tragicomedy about choices and change devised and produced by Mind Adventures Theatre Company, and directed by Tracy Holsinger with Arun Welandawe-Prematilleke.

Rondo opens on the  7th of April and runs until 12 April 2011, at the Punchi Theatre, Borella, at 8.00 PM.
Find the Facebook Event Page here and Mind Adventures’ Facebook Group here.

Tickets – 500/- and 600/-, available at the Punchi Theatre and Park Street Mews from 28 March onwards.

Rondo is a part of (Un)Making Time, an initiative to support new theatre making projects, funded by the Sunethra Bandaranaike Trust.

 

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[…] numbers, stood very alone in Lipton Circus and elsewhere in Colombo, candles in hand, hope at bay. Venuri Perera is one of the most accomplished contemporary actors, and is almost overshadowed here by the […]

[…] numbers, stood very alone in Lipton Circus and elsewhere in Colombo, candles in hand, hope at bay. Venuri Perera is one of the most accomplished contemporary actors, and is almost overshadowed here by the […]


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