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22 Feb
2019
  • Ranu Bhattacharyya

Indian Dramatic Tradition: Legend, Myth and Metaphor

To witness a traditional dramatic performance in India is to enter a magico-mystical world, where gods and demons battle; where...

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19 Apr
2018
  • Shreya Adhikari

Shikhandi: The Story of the In-betweens

The 13th edition of META engaged the audience in a continuous conversation over the past week on various subjects, including gender...

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19 Apr
2018
  • Arundhati Nath

Moimonsingha Geetika: Bringing an Ancient Ballad to Life

Moimonsingha Geetika, the Bengali offering on the final day of META 2018’s weeklong showcase of nominated plays, took me by...

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18 Apr
2018
  • Ankita Dasgupta

Caucasian Chalk Circle: Love, Identity and Justice

A rendition of Bertolt Brecht’s regularly performed German play, Caucasian Chalk Circle explores a plethora of human emotions and behaviour....

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18 Apr
2018
  • Rijul Kataria

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I have always prided myself in being a 90’s Bollywood kid. From trivia and gossip to dialogues and songs, I...

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18 Apr
2018
  • Vivek Mansukhani

Whose CSR – Cultural Social Responsibility – is it Anyway?

As per the provisions of the Companies Act 2013 Indian companies are encouraged to demonstrate their social conscience and responsibility...

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17 Apr
2018
  • Arundhati Nath

Nona – An Interplay in Modern-Day Allegory and Stagecraft

The first scene of Nona shook me out of my usual week-day evening reverie – it was a dramatic and...

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17 Apr
2018
  • Bhanu Mehta

Hojang Taret- A Greek Tragedy brought to Life

Within the first few minutes of Hojang Taret, you will understand that you are in the presence of something special. Directed by...

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16 Apr
2018
  • Rijul Kataria

Higuita: Decoding the Anxiety

Among the most renowned names in world football, the Columbian superstar goalkeeper José René Higuita Zapata has a niche of...

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16 Apr
2018
  • Sangeeta Matta Verma

Comfort Women: An Untold History

The horrors of war are devastating; both mentally and physically. It not only causes soldiers to suffer physically on battlefields...

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