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The pull of passion
The Hindu

The pull of passion

As far as Delhis audiences are concerned, Sunil Shanbags production of Mere Piya Gaye Rangoon, which was presented by Arpana, Mumbai under the auspices of Aadyam at Kamani auditorium in New Delhi this past week saw Sunil in a different avatar. In the past, ... The Hindu, 1 week ago
Via Rangoon Indian Express, 2 weeks ago
Flash back: Play it again Mumbai Mirror, 2 weeks ago
Millennium Post

when Love conquers all

Nigar Sultana in the 1949 Bollywood film Patanga sang Mere piya gaye Rangoon, kiya hai waha se telephone, but nobody made a phone call in Director Sunil Shanbag's play Mere Piya Gaye Rangoon, with the backdrop set in the early 1900's British India, ...
 Millennium Post1 week ago
Livemint.com

Theatre is Mumbai, Mumbai is theatre

Last year, Mumbai's St Stanislaus High School celebrated its 150th year. Joining the celebrations at St Peter's Church on Hill Road, listening to a four-part harmony, I realized that more than hockey, it was music that kindled a Stanislite's mind.
 Livemint.com2 weeks ago
Mid Day

18 things to do in Mumbai from August 9 - August 16

Find health in a bowl 4 7 pm: Popularly known as the bacon jam lady, Amrita Rana is set to teach participants six recipes — smoothie bowls, a super breakfast bowl, green goddess salad bowl and healthy soups. At the Health in a Bowl Cookshop, she ...
 Mid Day2 weeks ago

For better or verse

Books of poetry may not be burning up the bestseller charts in India (or elsewhere). But away from literary circles and the printed word, poetry has found several new forms of expression. In the cities, spoken word performances are increasingly ...
 Deccan Chronicle3 weeks ago
New Indian Express

Stage-shots of Life in the Urban Jungle

Feisal Alkazi Yet another corporate has stepped into the arena of sponsoring theatre. Starting from February, the Aditya Birla Group is mounting 45 shows of five brand-new productions in Mumbai and Delhi, under the title of Aadhyam. The choice of ...
 New Indian Express3 weeks ago
Mid Day

The power of poetry on stage

When 20-year-old Nitika Khaitan, an undergraduate at Yale, majoring in the Humanities, began her research of culture trends in Indian metro, she found the subject of the spoken word, and the way it is performed using a variety of mediums, ...
 Mid Day1 month ago

Kalbadevi's Gujarati theatre in Mumbai drew crowds from Kerala, Calcutta

Madras Bhavan's dosas and Bhangwadi theatre's lavish dramas go together it seems. At least, some former students of Liberty High School think so as they make it a point to sample both on their occasional trips down memory lane in Kalbadevi. The dosa ...
 Times of India1 month ago
New Indian Express

AHA! is Back with Some Wilful Puppets

JP NAGAR: AHA! is an expression of wonder, excitement and fulfilment that has no language barriers and that is what Ranga Shankara's children's theatre programme is all about. Showcasing national and international productions of repute, the festival ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago

Theatre takes centre stage

If there is an example of how a show can be held together by a single powerful performance, then it is The Siddhus of Upper Juhu , a play by the newly-founded Aadyam, an initiative of the Aditya Birla Group to provide a platform for the arts. Rajit ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago
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