Before the invention of telephones and telegraph machines, humans used pigeons for exchanging messages. Famed for their peculiar homing instinct, carrier pigeons were used even up to the time of the Second World War.
This is the story of one such war pigeon - Milu. And the story of our world as seen through his eyes.
A view that is sometimes humorous, sometimes tragic and sometimes plain ridiculous; of a world that Milu doesn’t completely understand, but has no choice but to be a part of.
And as for us………. The least we can do is take A Bird’s Eye View
Told with objects, toys and children’s drawings.
For audiences of 12 years and above.
Performed & Directed by Choiti Ghosh
Co-directed by Ruma Ghosh
Paintings by Shurjavo Sengupta, Akaansha Roy, Joyoti Roy
Music by Suhaas Ahuja
Sound by Ruma Ghosh, Suraj Tomer
Lights by Pawan Waghmare/Sananda Mukhopadhyay/ Rahul Rai
Sets: Nirmal Sarkar, Vivek Jadhav
Videography & Still by Karan Talwar, Abhisar Bose
Language - Mostly non-verbal, little English