Past Performances • Fall 2014
The Life of Buddha
Thursday, September 25, 2014, 7 pm
Charles B. Wang Center Theatre
This theatrical production The Life of Buddha portrays the life journey and the religious pursuits of the Buddha, also known as Shakyamuni, or Gautama Buddha, including his role as founder of the Buddhist faith. Bringing the Buddha to life on stage in a beautifully poignant and highly captivating interpretation, the play is a must see for all those who are interested in the practice, origins, and evolution of Buddhism.
Scripted and directed by Lushin Dubey and Bubbles Sabharwal of the Theatre World New Delhi, choreography by Santosh Nair, and performed by a group of 14 professional actors, this highly praised production interprets and illustrates the life of the Buddha and received blessings from the Dalai Lama himself.
* NOTE: The performance will be approximately 80 minutes in duration without intermission.
|General (including Faculty/Staff)||$20|
|Students/ Seniors (65+)||$10|
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