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Nov 17, 2018
Alyque Padamsee passes away at 90: Theatre personality, actor and ad man was brains behind several iconic campaignsAlyque Padamsee is best known for his work with brands like Liril and Bajaj, as well as his role as Muhammad Ali Jinnah in Richard Attenborough's Gandhi
Oct 11, 2018
#SingIndiaSing: Rahul DaCunha and Bugs Bhargava on staging India’s first all-original English musicalIn #SingIndiaSing, compelling performances on stage, enchanting songs and intelligent use of technology will drive the story of three contestants and a masked girl in a singing reality competition
Sep 16, 2018
Akarsh Khurana on his troubled play Bombay Dying, and how wit finds a way into his writing'While writing, it is very important to be true to your own voice,' says Akarsh Khurana. 'Write what you know and what you have researched.'
Sep 11, 2018
Madurai's Central, in operation since 1939, is city's last surviving theatre to still use film rollMadurai's Central Theatre continues to survive even as many others in Madurai have been closed down.
Sep 02, 2018
I’d rather be scared, than unhappy: Mahesh Dattani revisits 'Final Solutions' and '30 Days in September'Revisiting a play over 25 years since writing it often takes a playwright through a range of emotions — from pride at the writing to a feeling of irrelevance. A lot has changed in context and the style of writing, Dattani admits.
Aug 19, 2018
Purva Naresh on her unfinished Irom Sharmila play: We've already failed her; I can't do it againPurva Naresh says, "One of the reasons I’m stuck with this script is because we as a people have already failed Irom Sharmila once. I can’t do that again. I need to have the script right.”
Aug 15, 2018
Partition's real cost: Sonam Kalra revisits accounts of separation, loss in a spellbinding performanceThe Partition Project is an experimental music performance using songs, poetry, visual imagery and the spoken word — personal accounts of ordinary people who survived and lived through the times of separation.
Aug 02, 2018
Remembering Chetan Datar: Decade after his death, Ek Madhav Baug playwright remains a giant of Marathi theatreAs a theatre stalwart, he wore many hats – dramatist, playwright, actor, director and mentor. But not much is known about Chetan Datar, the man.
Jul 29, 2018
Ramu Ramanathan, raconteur extraordinaire, on the stories he'd love to bring to the stageRamu Ramanathan's deep understanding of India’s social and cultural heritage, eagerness to research documented and undocumented realities, and a remarkable ability to weave it all into an engaging narrative makes him one of India’s finest playwrights today
Jul 18, 2018
Jim Sarbh on why he doesn't want to play a villain anymore: Must say no else will remain a 'bad guy'Jim Sarbh has received considerable praise for portraying negative characters in films like Neerja, Padmaavat and Sanju