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“SatRang-South Asian Theatre Rangmanch” is an initiative of “Laal Button” , supported by Advance Brampton Fund & presented by Brampton On Stage & It provides a bigger & unique platform to South Asian performing artists. SatRang is one of its kind Theater Festival that provides an opportunity for Brampton’s performaning artists to come together & create a unique showcase of stories. This festival will emphasize on building & strengthening strong cultural grounds for artists as well as the South Asian community through locally bred stories.

SATRANG THEATRE 2023 presents two stories ( Punjabi & Hindi) 

Come watch Aaware & SarKari Maut for just $20
Both the plays will be performed on multiple days
Sep 23 & Sep 24,2023 at 4:30 PM


"Sarkari Maut" is a captivating and humorous Punjabi sitcom that sheds light on the rampant corruption and carelessness prevalent in government offices. It delves into the lives of the quirky employees and the hilarious situations they find themselves in.

Adaptation By : Sabina Singh
Director : Sabina Singh
Writer: Gurbir Singh Grewal is known for  Mannat (2006, Jimmy Shergill, Kulraj Randhawa) and Coffee House (2009, starring Ashutosh Rana), Parvaaz: The Journey (2021,  starring Gulshan Grover ). “Neem Ka Ped” an Indian television drama-series that was edited and directed by him. We feel honored to have him as our core team member with whom we had the privilege to work since the inception of SatRang Theatre. Story “Satth” written by Gurbir Singh Grewal &  directed by Sabina Singh & performed at SatRang festival in 2022 had connected deeply with the audience.

"Aaware" is an interesting satirical Hindi comedy that explores the journey of young individuals and sheds light on the inner turmoil and challenges faced by young immigrants. The name itself, meaning "Stray," suggests that the characters in the story undergo unpredictable life situations that derail them from their life goals, leading them astray from their intended path.

Writer: Bhagwati Charan Verma was a Hindi author. He wrote many novels, his best work was Chitralekha (1934), which was made into two successful Hindi films in 1941 and 1964 respectively.He was awarded Sahitya Akademi Award for his epic five-part novel, Bhoole Bisre Chitra in 1961 and Padma Bhushan in 1971.
Adaptation By : Sabina Singh
Director : Sabina Singh
Dialogue Writer : Vivek Sharma

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