Bookmark and Share
Home - Farley Richmond

Farley Richmond


Farley Richmond is Professor of Theatre and Film Studies and Director of the Center for Asian Studies, University of Georgia. He has directed a wide range of Asian and western plays and musicals. Among his Asian production he lists, Sudraka’s The Little Clay Cart, Tendulkar’s Silence! The Court is in Session and Sakaram Binder, Karnad’s Hayavadana, Saktibadra’s Surpanakha, or the Amorous Demoness, and Mishima’s The Lady Aoi. Among some of his western productions are Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Synge’s The Playboy of the Western World, Miller’s The Crucible, Hwang’s M. Butterfly, Bernstein’s West Side Story, Bart’s Oliver!, and Rice’s Jesus Christ Superstar. In 2006 he directed Mozart’s The Magic Flute for the Chicago Cultural Center incorporating conventions from Indian and Balinese theatre traditions. In 2002 The University of Michigan Press published his CD-ROM entitled, Kutiyattam: Sanskrit Theater of India. His latest work on the gesture language in kutiyattam


Usha gangli



SATF 2010 will be held at NJPAC, New Jersey on November 20th and 21st 2010



Venue NJPAC – Victoria Theater
20th November 2010

7:00pm - Door Opens

7:30pm - Event Starts
Aparna Sindhoor Dance Theater/Theatrix, New Jersey

21st November 2010

2:30pm - Door Opens

3:00pm - Epic Actors' Workshop, New Jersey
5:00pm - Post performance discussion



Tickets can be purchased directly form NJPAC website

Click Here to visit the NJPAC Website