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Tis season for classics

Jagriti Season 2014 presents plays by renowned playwrights, including Habib Tanvir, Badal Sircar and The Hindu, 1 day ago
Past forward Bangalore Mirror, 2 weeks ago

All the worlds a stage quite literally

Badal Sircar wouldve given a wry grin. One of the foremost personalities in the history of Indian theatre, Sircar felt more strongly than most the constraints of the proscenium or formal stage. And that was in the late 1960s. But today's crop of ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago

The dark room

Padatik's trilingual programme gives it a unique position among Calcutta theatres, its latest productions in English and Bengali supporting such a claim. Vinay Sharma has written and directed Padatik-Rikh's Camera Obscuras, while Janardan Ghosh interprets ...
 The Telegraph1 week ago

Festival to Cherish Diversity in Theatre

BANGALORE: The latest edition of Jagriti's annual theatre festival will be held in the city starting September 19 and will go on till November. This year's festival highlights the diversity and vibrancy of the cultural scene in India and brings ...
 New Indian Express2 weeks ago

Theatre's path-breaker

| Utpal K Banerjee Shombhu Mitra not only found a completely new sensibility in Tagore's works but also introduced some of the finest renderings of foreign plays, says Utpal K Banerjee The political turmoil in the pre-Independence India, ...
 New Delhi Pioneer4 weeks ago
Sri Lanka Daily News

Tamil stage in the capital

The 1970s was a memorable period in theatrical activities in the Metropolis of Colombo. Anthony Jeeva is a practising dramatist and a literary journalist. He has collected his pieces of writing on the subject and produced a book in Tamil titled ...
 Sri Lanka Daily News1 month ago
New Age Bangladesh

Shilpakala, Swapnadal observe Hiroshima Day

From top, visitors at the photography and poster exhibition, speakers at the discussion session and a scene from the play Tringsha Shatabdi. — New Age photo Hiroshima Day was observed through a programme at the Experimental Theatre Hall of ...
 New Age Bangladesh1 month ago
New Age Bangladesh

No more Hiroshima, Nagasaki and Gaza

A scene from Tringsha Shatabdi — New Age photo It was a little boy that wreaked havoc on August 6, 1945 in Hiroshima, a southern city of Japan. That little boy, which was the first ever used uranium gun-type atomic bomb, caused deaths of nearly ...
 New Age Bangladesh1 month ago
Mumbai Mirror

IN THE ACT

Theatre actor Aseem Hattangady was only six years old when he was initiated into his parents', Rohini and Jaydev's acting professions. We had to tell him. He came crying home one day, because kids in the building were teasing him that his mother is ...
 AhmedabadMirror.com2 months ago Relative value: In the act  Mumbai Mirror2 months ago
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