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Drama on 3: The Mrichhakatikaa

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A 5th-century Sanskrit play attributed to King Sudraka, concerning the romance of Charudatta, a nobleman impoverished by his altruism, and Vasanta, a beautiful-but-bored courtesan looking to settle down. Recorded on location in Khandaia, India, with an all-Indian cast. Adapted by Roger Eisgood with Willi Richards and Graeme Fife.
Director Willi Richards Producer Roger Elsgood

Contributors

Adapted By: Roger Eisgood
Unknown: Willi Richards
Unknown: Graeme Fife.
Director: Willi Richards
Producer: Roger Elsgood
Vasanta: Dipika Roy
Charudatta: Denzil Smith
Jaganmatha: Lovleen Mishra
Maitreya: Kunaal Roy Kapur
Guruji: Sohrab Ardeshir
Manda: Smlta Rosemeyer
Sarvi: Joy Sengupta
Judge/Vardha: Farld Currlm
Dardu: Rehaan Engineer
Capt Chanda: Quasar Padamsee
CaptViraka: Nad!r Khan
Aryaka: Digvijay Sawant
Priest: Darshan Jariwala
Executioner: Vlnay Pathak
Sound designer: John Hunt

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Drama on 3: The Mrichhakatikaa

BBC Radio 3, 22 August 2004 20.30






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