Direction/Devising




No Makeup

No Makeup

October 10 and 11, 2020.
Online Zoom Performance

The show has been produced by Cloud Playhouse

Script - Sukanya Chakrabarti

Direction - Ranjita Chakravarty

Every poison has an antidote. What about domestic abuse?
From the Event page (link)...

 

Dealing Dreams

Dealing Dreams

October 3, 2020.
Online Zoom Performance

The show has been produced by EnActe Arts

Stage Play Reading Direction- Sukanya Chakrabarti

Play - Jeffrey Lo

Two millennials must make moral compromises to succeed in the Silicon Valley grind.
From the Event page (link)...

 

Ramayana

Banner-Ramayan

Directed by Sukanya Chakrabarti, Anne Yumi Kobori, from a script by Anthony Clarvoe.

Oct 13 at 7:30pm; Oct 14 at 4:00pm; Oct 15 at 2:00pm. Quinlan Community Center, Cupertino

Produced by SF Shakes and EnActe Arts

 

Children's Radio Play on Radio Zindagi

Banner-Radio Zindagi

Directed by Sukanya Chakrabarti

Radio Zindagi, 1550 AM. Every Saturday, 11:00am.

Popular Indian folk talks adapted for US audiences; acting by kids aged 8-12. Produced by EnActe Arts (link)

 

A Bare Stage

A Bare Stage

Written and directed by Sukanya Chakrabarti

April 18, 19, 2015, Nitery, Stanford, CA

A Bare Stage is about a woman who reconstructs her story by taking instances from her life and putting them up on stage. But the stories that she tells are those about deferred dreams and disillusionment.

 

almost...home...

Almost Home

Conceptualized by Sukanya Chakrabarti, May 2014

Roble Theater, Stanford, CA. May 18-20, 2014

Event Listing on Stanford University: Arts Institute, Sparks Grant page (link)

What is home? Where is home? What are the boundaries of home?

 

Divided Together

Banner

Adapted and directed by Sukanya Chakrabarti

Nitery Theater in the Old Union, March 8, 10, 2013

Excerpt from Stanford University: Drama Graduate Student Showcase (link)

"Two friends there were – one mind, one heart."  The two men are best of friends till both of them fall in love with the same woman, Padmini, and one of them marries her. She is in love with her husband’s mind, and the other man’s body. In an act of sacrifice, the two men chop off their heads in a temple to the Goddess Kali. When the Goddess graciously gives her the chance to rejoin the heads, Padmini mixes them up. Who is Padmini’s husband now – the man with the husband’s body, or the one with his head?

 

Killer's Head by Sam Shepard

Directed by Sukanya Chakrabarti

Stanford Summer Theater 2011