Vinay Sharma’s latest production Dosh puts the spotlight on obedience and authority in a relationship
This comedy explores different perspectives of religion, sexuality and family
The fete that starts this Saturday (and goes on till February 12), as always, promises a confluence of music, theatre, art, and architecture — all in the backdrop of diverse heritage.
Binder explores the dark side of the human psyche, in a story by Vijay Tendulkar
We scope the evolution of theatre in Chennai, as the city’s top directors and cultural curators tell us what to look forward to in another decade of masterful productions
When you think of America's longest-running musicals, Broadway favourites such as The Lion King or Chicago may come to mind.
In the last few weeks, DC has hosted about 20 shows featuring 30 comedians from Hyderabad and the rest of India as well. T
Debutante director Ira Khan’s version of Medea promises to entertain but also make you uncomfortable
It’s all about ‘Earth Consciousness’ at the second edition of The Pondicherry/Auroville Poetry Festival
Franziska Detrez’s play for The Auroville Theatre Group portrays the complications of going back to one’s roots
The Little Theatre’s 25th Christmas Panto talks climate change and Popeye
Both the plays are directed by Dr Pejjai Nagaraju and produced by Rathna Sekhar Reddy, founder of Samahaara.