(Last Updated on : 04/05/2017)
Traditional Theatre of Central India has encompassed all the other forms of literature
and fine arts into its physical presentation: literature
, movement, painting
. The popular and the only traditional theatre
form of Central India
is the Manch.
is the theatre
form of central India, especially of Malwa region
of Madhya Pradesh
. The term Manch is used for the stage itself as also for the play. In this theatre form songs are given prominence in between the dialogues. The term for dialogue in this form is Bol and rhyme in narration is termed Vanag. The tunes of this theatre form are known as Rangat.
Presently, Manch is a flourishing theatre form of central India. There are a large number of troupes spread all over Malwa region and more than one hundred plays have been written in Malwa dialects which are staged regularly.
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