S J VARMA (JAYACHANDRA VARMA)
JAYACHANDRAVARMA is the director, actor and a leader with lots of new ideas for the consolidation and purposeful continuity of the Surabhi Drama's. He is amiable and friendly with theatre groups outside the Surabhi fold and is known for helping others wherever he can.
He was born and brought in “Surabhi theatre” family, He is the grandson of Padmashri Surabhi Babji garu, He started his theatrical life on 7 th month of his birth at Narketpally, Nalgonga dist. He had completed his M. B. A. by giving theatre performances at nights from his child-hood . Being a main artist He had completed more than 5,000 performances with all types of characters. By luck he got wonderful chance to participate in all three theatre work-shops conducted by Padma Shri B.V. Karanth jee in 1996, 97 & 98 at Surabhi theatre camps, and got a special appreciation from him by perform 7 different shaded characters in a single play “CHANDI PRIYA” at the age of 12 years.
He is famous for his performances Abhimanyu in Mayabazaar, Thota Ramudu (Hero) in Jai Pathala Bhairavi, Venkateswara swami in Sri Venkateswara Vudhbhavam, Sri Maha Vishnu – Sri Krishna leelalu, Veera Brahmam in Sri Veera Brahmam gari Charitra, Hiranya kasyapa in Bhaktha Prahlada, Karyavardhi in Balanagamma etc..., Surabhi Jayachandra Directed the plays "Sri Venkateswara Vudhbhavam" (Srinivasa Kalyanam), Kanaka Tara, Khatharnak Mallanna(the good woman of setzuan), Baala Mayabazaar , Bhaktha Prahlada, Jai Pathalabhairavi, Kurukshetra, Annamayya Vennela Etc.. and many Small skits. He participated many national and international theatre festivals, He performed lead role in 13 Surabhi plays in France country in Passages international theatre festival on 2013. He conducted many workshops about Surabhi theatre Techniques at Madhya Pradesh School of Drama, Bhupal, Visweswaraiah Museum, Bengalore Etc.... His direction plays are performed in JASHNE BACHPAN 2018 International theatre festival, and 20th BHARAT RANG MAHOTSAV conducted by NSD New Dellhi and many places.
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