Satyagraha depicts events that occurred in Gandhi's life and his spiritual mentors during his years with the Indian community in South Africa, 1893-1914. It was here that Gandhi explored and defined his belief in passive resistance that has left such a mark on the world. Sung in Sanskrit without surtitles


Sean Panikkar (M K Gandi), Musa Ngqungwana (Lord Krishna), William Thomas (Parsi Rustomji), Sarah Pring (Mrs Alexander), Felicity Buckland (Kasturbai), Gabriella Cassidy (Miss Schlesen), James Cleverton (Mr Kallenbach), Ross Ramgobin (Prince Arjuna)


Music: Philip Glass
Lyrics(s): Philip Glass, Constance DeJong (after the Bhagavad-Gita)
Producer(s): English National Opera, Metropolitan Opera New York
Conductor: Carolyn Kuan
Director(s): Phelim McDermott, Peter Relton (revival director), Julian Crouch (associate director), Rob Thirtle (revival movement director/puppetry)
Design(s): Julian Crouch, 59 Productions (video)
Costume: Kevin Pollard
Lighting(s): Paule Constable, Kevin Sleep (revival lighting)
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Satyagraha (Opera or Operetta) production archive for QTIX code T305415052. Details of all Satyagraha archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S1404740981

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