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November 16 at Girish Mancha; 6.30 pm: Kushilab presents Tagore’s Chokher Bali. Drama: Partha Chatterjee. Direction: Runu Chowdhury. November 17 at Academy of Fine Arts; 3 pm: Kalyani Natyacharcha Kendra will stage Aswacharit. Direction: Kishore Sengupta. November 17 at Mukta Angan; 6.30 pm: Shouvanik presents Dant Pake Bandha. Dir: Chandan Das. November 17 at Madhusudan Mancha; 6.30 pm: Sansriti will stage its latest production, Winkle Twinkle. Dir: Debesh Chattopadhyay. November 17 at Bijon Theatre; 6.30 pm: Anya Theatre will stage Pet Churi. Direction: Bibhas Chakraborty. November 18 at Girish Mancha; 6.30 pm: Nabamayukh presents Bhadreswariri Galpo. Direction: Rishi Mukhopadhyay.


Till November 17 at Academy of Fine Arts; 6 pm & 7 pm: Eastern Zonal Cultural Centre presents a multilingual folk theatre festival with two one-hour plays each evening. Today at 6 pm: Mirza Sahib, Mughal Tamasha, Oriya, presented by Video Vision, Orissa, and directed by Basant Mohanty; and at 7 pm: Maladak, Bhojpuri, presented by Shilpayan, North 24 Parganas, and directed by Ashis Chattopadhyay. November 16 at 6 pm: Dulari Bai, Chhtaisgarhi, Hindi, presented by Trokarshi, Bhopal and directed by K.G. Trivedi; and at 7 pm: Mohini Bhasmasur, Yajnagana, Kannada, presented by Mahalingeswar Mahaganapati Yajnagana Kalamandali, Karnataka, and directed by Muralidhar Nakshatri. November 17 at 6 pm: Homla, Rajasthani-Vilshaili, Hindi, presented by Disha Natya Sanstha, Rajasthan, and directed by Hemant Pandey; and at 7 pm: Raja Ki Khoj, Hindi, presented by Anant, Delhi, and directed by Ashis Ghosh.


Till November 18 at Academy of Fine Arts; 12 noon - 7.30 pm: Khadi — The Fabric of Freedom. An exhibition showcasing 108 varities of plain khadi fabrics, ranging from the sheerest to the coarsest textures, and a collection of 108 khadi saris. Accompanied by a limited edition set of 100 volumes, each containing 108 swatches of plain khadi textures. The exhibition is sponsored by the Volkart Foundation, Switzerland. Till November 23 (except Sunday) at Max Mueller Bhavan; 3 pm - 8 pm: Attacks on right-wing violence — an exhibition of posters hosted by Max Mueller Bhavan and Goethe-Institut Inter Nationes, Calcutta.


Today at Swabhumi; 6.30 pm: Maja Sholo Aana Bangla Rock — a musical extravaganza with Bengali rock bands Bhoomi, Chandrabindu, Krosswindz and Shohor. November 16 at G.D. Birla Sabhagar; 6.30 pm: Baikali presents Sarmila Bose in Missing You — a presentation of songs in ‘biraha’ composed by Rabindranath, Atulprosad, Nazrul and others; to be followed by Purbita Mallick and Chandreyee Basu Thakur in Manipuri and Mohiniyattam presentations. Cards at Netaji Bhavan, #4756139


Till November 16 at the Seagull Arts and Media Resource Centre; 2 pm - 7 pm: The Seagull Arts and Media Resource Centre presents wwWoyzeck — a workshop as part of India: City Limits project of ELAN (European Live Arts Network). The workshop, conducted by Dr Firenza Guidi, artistic director of ELAN, aims to create projects/performances that inspire and promote collaboration between performers and artists from different parts of the world. Details at # 4556942/43.


Till November 17 at Birla Academy of Art & Culture; 4 pm - 8 pm: A solo exhibition of paintings of Mohammad Fokhrul Islam. Till November 18 at Chitrakoot Art Gallery; 3 pm - 8 pm: An exhibition of Ganesh Haloi’s recent works (2001-2002).


Today at Gyan Manch; 6 pm: Samantoral presents recitation by Bhaskar Deb and songs by Pamela Mukherjee.


November 15 and 16 at Dalhousie Institute; 5 pm: Close-Up Argus Quiz. Quiz masters: R.M. Sen and Ranjan Roy Choudhury.


November 15 - 17 at National Institute of Management Calcutta, Alipore: National Institute of Management, Calcutta presents Inferno 2002 — inter B-school meet.


Today at the Shivananda Hall, The Ramakrishna Mission Institute of Culture; 6 pm: Ramaranjan Mukherji will speak in Sanskrit on Kalidasa’s Meghadoota.


Today at Hind cinema: Cine Central presents the International Forum of New Cinema with the screening of Stalin’s Disciples (Israel) and May Be (France) at 10 am; The Price of Milk (New Zealand) and The Choice (Egypt) at 2 pm; Ghost of a Chance (Greece) and Iles Flottantes (Netherlands) at 6 pm.


November 17 at The Circle; 6 pm: Children’s Day Out — A Children’s Day celebration with Grandma’s Storytelling Hour conducted by Storytellers, and Music Mazaa, an antakshari event.
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