A scene from Tartuffe

Bangalore Little Theatre brings three French plays to stage this weekend

Watch three classic French plays at Alliance Francaise Bengaluru 

Journey into Malgudi

Journey into Malgudi: RK Narayan's stories with unique narrative techniques

This production bings to stage the magic of Malgudi 

French twist: V Balakrishnan from Theatre Nisha speaks about his latest venture

‘Sensual, bloody and drunk,’ that’s how V Balakrishnan, founder  Theatre Nisha, likes to describe his next directorial project, Romeo and Jeannette

Alice in Wonderland inspires a new play in Chennai 

Alice gets a new stage makeover, leading us into her Wonderland

Noor Baig and Mohammad Ali Baig

Kingdom of love: Quli - Dilon Ka Shahzaada to premiere in Chennai

Hyderabad’s origin story is the focus of the latest production to be staged at InterContinental Chennai Mahabalipuram Resort

Scene from The Final Rehearsal

Lucia director Pawan Kumar is back on stage with his play The Final Rehearsal

The solo performance reveals the true picture behind reality TV shows

Some Some Stories

PuppeTree brings a marionette show, Some Some Stories

The show questions themes of technology and nature

Salsa Mani and Varalaxmi (centre) posing with the crew of Romeo and Juliet. Picture courtesy: Romani Agarwal

It’s a groovy kinda love in Chennai’s latest tryst with Shakespeare

Kuthu and hip-hop dance meet AR Rahman’s tunes in Jeffery Vardon’s dance musical adaptation of Romeo and Juliet  

Scene from the play

Girish Karnad's play on Tipu Sultan to be staged in Hindustani

Bengaluru-based theatre group Kathputliyan brings this grand production to stage, directed by Zafar Mohiuddin

The cast of The Birdcage

Chennai thespian Michael Muthu presents his latest production, The Birdcage

Staging The Birdcage for the first time in the city, Michael Muthu’s Indianised version promises big laughs

Unprecedented response to the Short+Sweet Theatre Festival in Chennai 

In its seventh edition it is bigger than ever with over 150 registrations

Nupur Saraswat and Kate Black-Regan

Theatre artistes Nupur Saraswat and Kate Black-Regan go sans sanskar 

The performance Two Sanskari Girls questions patriarchy, traditions and values

A still from Elephant in the Room

Yuki Ellias’ Elephant in the Room is based on Lord Ganesha

This META-winning  play raises the question of identity through Ganesha’s story 

A scene from Bonding with Ruskin

Bond legacy: Ruskin’s books get a theatrical treatment

Madras Players gives a fresh perspective to Ruskin Bond’s work

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