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Aug 19, 2019
Playwright-director Abhishek Majumdar on theatre as confluence, its future in India, and directing a filmPlaywright-director Abhishek Majumdar speaks with critic Trisha Gupta about theatrical form and content, the politics of language in India, and his many interests beyond the stage. The second in a two-part interview.
Aug 18, 2019
As Abhishek Majumdar's Djinns of Eidgah is staged at Edinburgh Fringe, a conversation with the playwright-directorPlaywright-director Abhishek Majumdar speaks with critic Trisha Gupta about theatrical form and content, the politics of language in India, and his many interests beyond the stage. The first in a two-part interview.
Jun 15, 2019
Remembering Girish Karnad: Quasar Thakore-Padamsee, Abhishek Majumdar on how the playwright influenced their craftQuasar Thakore-Padamsee and Abhishek Majumdar fondly remember Girish Karnad as a landmark figure in Indian theatre.
Apr 01, 2019
Censorship in Indian theatre: Colonial era law, 'offended' mobs clamp down on thespians' freedom of expressionPreviously, censor boards and a colonial law posed a threat to Indian theatre. Today, playwrights are equally concerned about censorious mobs, who follow no rules or logic
Jun 14, 2017
Indian Ensemble's latest play throws light on cyber human trafficking, desire in the digital worldIndian Ensemble’s recent play #supernova (written by Rahul Rai and directed by Abhishek Majumdar), which premiered on 3rd June 2017 at Goethe Institut in Bangalore, is a serious attempt to engage with questions in the context of global human trade.
Jan 21, 2017
Abhishek Majumdar's new play 'Muktidham' looks at 8th century conflict between Hinduism, BuddhismNoted playwright and director Abhishek Majumdar's latest production is Muktidham, a play is set in the 8th century, in a matha in a fictional town called Beerpur. Based on historical facts and then fictionalised, Majumdar's play looks at the roots of Hindu philosophy and attempts to interpret how the communal right wing had origins in intellectual thought and then "turned increasingly dogmatic and anti-intellectual itself".