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I Am The Tiger: A Play On Tiger Conservation By Shivani Wazir Pasrich

I Am The Tiger: A Play On Tiger Conservation By Shivani Wazir Pasrich

Tiger numbers have fallen steadily each year since 1990. India now has fewer than 1,800 tigers alive in the wild.

India is losing the tiger, and with it, the natural abundance the nation needs to survive. Many experts agree that the tiger can still be saved. In fact, many believe that within ten years, tiger numbers in India could climb as high as 10,000. The question is this: why not save the tiger, if to do so means to save ourselves?

In 2011, Delhi-based theatre artiste, Shivani Wazir Pasrich, an Odissi dancer and well-known TV presenter, joined the movement to save the tiger. And, I am the Tiger was born.

Event details:

Dates: 7.00 p.m. to 8.30 p.m., July 25, 2014

Venue: Y.B. Chavan Pratishthan Hall, Opp. Sachivalaya, Gen. Bhosle Marg, Mumbai – 400 021.

Register Contact: Mallika Narvekar

Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it Tel.: +91 98704 08075

About the event:

In order to shed light on the plight of our national animal, Inner Courtyard brings Shivani Wazir Pasrich to Mumbai to share her interactive and enlightening play on tiger conservation – I Am The Tiger.

The play has been performed in the jungles of Kanha and Ranthambore, at the UN Convention on bio-diversity and at London’s Women of the World Festival. Every performance has elicited a fabulous response and created more awareness on the need to save the tiger. To explore the theme in greater depth, the performance will be followed by a panel discussion on the topic ‘Will all this drama really save the tiger?’ moderated by eminent persons from the wildlife and conservation sector.

There are no charges for the passes, but prior registration is must for this event. Contact Mallika Narvekar (9870408075/ This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ) to register.

About the Organisers/Partners:

Inner Courtyard: Inner Courtyard is dedicated to making the fine arts more accessible to the people of Mumbai. Since 2002, in association with the Y. B. Chavan Pratishthan, Inner Courtyard has been providing a regular platform for both traditional and experimental artistes to interact with a discerning audience and in association with the National Centre for the Performing Arts and Mala Ramodarai.

SWP Productions: Shivani Wazir Pasrich started SWP Productions to create a platform for doing path-breaking work. The concept behind setting up the production company is to do projects that leave a mark behind and make a difference by contributing to a cause.

Yashwantaro Chavan Pratishthan: Yashwantaro Chavan Pratishthan is a non-party platform that aims to deliberate and discuss the issues that Maharashtra faces and create more volunteers and activists who can works to fulfill the aspirations of people.

Logix Group: Founded in Noida, India in 1997, Logix Group has been the front‐runner in setting up and promoting IT/ITES industry and has established more than 25 such facilities and completed more than 4 million sq. ft. of IT facilities. Logix is committed to maintain and expand its tradition of 'excellence through quality', through its indomitable will and resolve to invent and create new avenues for those who believe in changing challenges into opportunity.

Sanctuary Asia: Sanctuary is an organisation that communicates the rationale for wilderness conservation and environmental protection, particularly in an era of climate change. We are at the fulcrum of several wildlife conservation campaigns and serve as a network for wildlife groups, concerned individuals and non-profit organisations.

 
 
 

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RajKrishnani

July 16, 2014, 04:58 PM
 Good platform for awareness among the people personally. Would be great to visit .
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Valmi Shah Shirodkar

July 16, 2014, 12:12 AM
 Amazing! It would be so perfect if all of our well known personalities would do something from their side to contribute towards education and conservation like her.
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Mallika Narvekar

July 15, 2014, 04:20 PM
 This sounds so interesting! It's lovely to see people using their position in the media as a channel to talk about and work towards things that matter. Shivani's play is a wonderful way to reach the masses and communicate with them the need to save the tiger.