Theatre

Notes from a theatremaker’s journey

An international tour, as a last bastion of performance, is now no longer completely out of the purview for Indian plays, however modest their beginnings. International co-productions aside, even hom...

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Varied shades of Ashoka

Staged as part of the retrospective of playwright Daya Prakash Sinha’s works, “Samrat Ashok” captures the emperor’s aggression as well as his vulnerable side with finesse

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Multifaceted Bengali theatre

Amitava Baksy says Enad is committed to staging quality amateur theatre

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The importance of dramaturgical design

A man in all-black production attire shoots an audience with a camcorder in an almost lackadaisical manner. The footage is instantaneously projected on a large screen behind, in grainy black and white...

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Dramatic appeal

Actor-writer Amitosh Nagpal says one may call his work popular but not mediocre

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Krishna and the divine flower

A blend of dance, drama and music, “Parijat Haran” was an absorbing affair

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Making spect-actors of us

Sanjoy Ganguly, founder and director of Jana Sanskriti, a grassroots movement from Bengal will talk about Theatre of the Oppressed this weekend

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Smashing patriarchy with stylish prose

Writer Laurie Penny on why feminism is an exercise in science fiction

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Theatre maverick, Satyadev Dubey’s lasting legacy

On December 25, at Prithvi Theatre, one would often chance upon a quiet and unostentatious commemorative event (some theatre, some songs, a few speeches) in the morning followed by the distribution of...

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