The digital musical directed by Abhrajit Sen will be showcased to an eclectic audience across the globe
These artistes are attempting to lighten the lockdown mood with their humorous videos
This is one of the many initiatives taken by performing arts companies from around the world to move to the online space to connect with their audience
With the entertainment world shut down by the coronavirus pandemic, the Met staged an At-Home Gala on Saturday that would have been inconceivable a few years ago.
Conceptualised by Roshan Abbas and directed by Sheena Khalid, Lockdown Love stars Shriya Pilgaonkar and Priyanshu Painyuli
Kaneez Surka and Prashasti Singh get chatting about their stand-up special, navigating the world of comedy and if gender still matters
Joyce DiDonato and Piotr Beczala made sure the show went on, albeit in an unusual format and venue — from the living room of DiDonato's New York City apartment.
Padmini Chettur teams up with Aveek Sen to present an interesting take on body movement
Guy Laliberte, a former stilt-walker who founded Canada's Cirque du Soleil more than three decades ago, announced that he has sold all of his stake in the world's most famous circus troupe.
The musical comedy, also produced by The Madras Players, revolves around a group of nuns who attempt to put up a show for the public.
The narrative is an interpretation of Mohini and Bhasmasura’s story from Indian mythology
A collaboration between MukhaMugam (from India), Bananteatern and Bonthrop (both from Sweden) led to the creation of Colour Correction
Themed around relationships, the two-week-long event will feature eight plays by eminent production groups and playwrights from across the country.