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The Calcutta Chromosome

By Suhel Seth In rushed times such as these, it is ironic that with all the technology at our command, we somehow have allowed ourselves nirvana from culture as we knew it. Last week, I spent three days in Calcutta. Yes, I refuse to call it ... Mumbai Mirror, 2 weeks ago

Lecture by Heisnam Kanhailal at IGCC today

Eminent Indian art theatre personality Heisnam Kanhailal will deliver a lecture on Renewal of Ancestral Tradition for a Contemporary Cultural Expression at the Indira Gandhi Cultural Centre, Gulshan-1 at 5pm today. Shadhona, a centre for ...
 Dhaka Tribune3 weeks ago
Millennium Post

Rumour has it

Atelier theatre group presents Khusar Phusar a Hindi adaptation of Neil Simon's Rumors. The Play will be performed on January 3 and 4 at Kamani auditorium at the Capital's Copernicus marg. The play starts with several affluent couples gathering in ...
 Millennium Post1 month ago

all about theatre

American actress and acclaimed acting teacher Stella Adler once said: "The theatre was created to tell the people the truth about life and the social situation". Pala Natyapatra celebrating its 27th year of publication seeks to find out how much the ...
 The Statesman1 month ago
New Age Bangladesh

2 troupes to participate in Indian National Theatre Festival

A scene from Macabre. Centre for Asian Theatre and Swapnadal has been invited to stage plays at the 17th Bharat Rang Mohautsab organised by the Delhi-based Indian National School of Drama. Also known as the national theatre festival in India, ...
 New Age Bangladesh1 month ago

ICCR organizes theatrical performance of Museum of Million Hamlets

Excelsior Correspondent A scene of Museum of Million Hamlets. JAMMU, Dec 5: Indian Council for Cultural Relations, Ministry of External affairs, organized a solo theatrical performance Museum of Million Hamlets, directed, designed and ...
 Daily Excelsior.com1 month ago

Of careers and some untrodden paths...

Thankfully in India today, one sees armies of young men and women who have unshackled themselves of societal conformities and are willing to eke out a future that they believe gives them joy and delight. For years, we, in this country, were trapped ...
 Mumbai Mirror2 months ago

Old battle, dramatised for late edition

Oppressed by the British, trapped in extreme feudalism, the Santhal tribals of colonial Bihar had dramatically risen up in revolt. That's history, as distant as 1855-56, but the spirit of that uprising was powerful enough to trigger a flood of literature.
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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