The cast of When The Rainbow Is Enough

Bangalore-based Theatre For Change comes to Mumbai with their production, When The Rainbow Is Enough

Adapted from American playwright Ntozake Shange’s For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide, the play brings the stories of sexual abuse, gender inequality, racism and depression faced by women

A still from the play

Padma Shri awardee Aamir Raza Husain brings his rib-tickling play Goodness Gracious Me to the city

This weekend, it is back to ITC Kohenur with its maiden showcase of Goodness Gracious Me, directed by Padma Shri awardee Aamir Raza Husain and his wife, theatre doyen Virat Husain.

Frame from Erin's previous production, Café Play

Theatre In The Dark—an unseen act all the way from New York

An American theatre director is in Kochi to showcase multi-sensory interactive theatrical experience

A still from the mime act play Khudiram

Jogesh Mime Academy to stage Khudiram to commemorate the freedom fighter’s death anniversary

Khudiram is a mime act which was conceived by Jogesh Dutta in 1977

A still from the play. Picture by Jay Mandal

Anand Rao's play, A Muslim in the Midst to be staged in Bengaluru this August-September

This new play highlights modern day biases, issues of social inequalities and islamophobia

A Judgement Error

The drama, A Judgement Error, takes a deeper look at the medical profession

The play by Ventures is based on the Bengali play, Shalyaparbo, by Shri Nirup Mitra 

Shernaz Patel and Rajit Kapur in a still from their play, Love Letters.

'Many actors feel that you don’t arrive until you do cinema, I never felt that': Shernaz Patel on completing 35 years in Theatre

Shernaz Patel on completing 35 years in the industry, lending voice to The Lion King, and the lack of support for theatre from stalwarts like Shah Rukh and Aamir Khan, both of whom started from the st

A scene from Getures of Belonging

Reaching out with Gestures of Belonging, Aditi Bheda’s latest body movement show

It's all about the power of hands in this Adishakti production

A scene from A Woman Cleaning Lentils

Zahrad on stage: Into the mind of the woman cleaning lentils 

Lentils and Stones is an Adishakti production explores the conflicted thoughts of a working-class woman