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15 Apr
2018
  • Puneeta Roy

Karuppu

“Karuppu is about the “kala teeka” or the black spot that is put on a new-born to ward off evil....

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14 Apr
2018
  • Rijul Kataria

Muktidham

Setting the stage for the 13th Mahindra Excellence in Theatre Awards was Abhishek Majumdar’s directorial venture: Muktidham. If the name...

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12 Apr
2018
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Innovations and Experimentation in Theatrical Expression Today.

Years ago, when I was exposed to the magic world of theatre, I was told that theatre reflects life. That...

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10 Apr
2018
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Hamlet Variations

 I The curtain needs to rise on a mass of darkness. Not the kind that chokes your breath the moment you...

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26 Mar
2018
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Mythology is in Theatre’s DNA

There is music in the word mythología! It appears in Plato’s discourses, as a general term for fiction of any kind, combining m?thos (narrative/fiction] and -logía [discourse or...

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15 Mar
2018
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A Peek in to the 13th META: Celebrating Excellence in Indian Theatre

Entertainment is more than what is offered in multiplexes or in streaming networks like Netflix, Amazon and Hotstar. Entertainment originated...

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14 Mar
2017
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I Don’t Like It, As You Like It!

Director Rajat Kapoor The brilliance of comedy lies in its script and edgy performances by the actors Kapoor’s experimentations with Shakespeare s...

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14 Mar
2017
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I Don’t Like It, As You Like It – Review

The play starts with the memorable line of Shakespeare, “All the world is a stage and all the men and...

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10 Mar
2017
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Katha Sukavi Suryamall Ki – Review

On the last day of the ongoing Meta festival organised by Teamwork Arts, a Rajasthani play, Katha Sukavi Suryamall Ki was staged by...

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09 Mar
2017
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Awddyo Shesh Rajani – Review

Cults like the fakirs and the bawls feel that sexual energy is the most powerful force that flows outwards all...

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