Maya Krishna Rao (Pic by Amrita Johri)

Mistress of mayhem: Maya Krishna Rao on the idea behind her latest show, Loose Woman

Maya Krishna Rao is defiant and chaotic in her latest production, Loose Woman

A scene from the play Julius Caesar, by The Madras Players

Julius Caesar: A Roman encounter with The Madras Players 

Shakespeare’s most popular Roman tragedy to be adapted by The Madras Players

A scene from Love Matters

Love Matters, a play by Arno Böhler and Susanne Valerie Granzer’s baseCollective

‘What is love?’ Two professors decode this universal question, in a new 75-minute play

A scene from Bali

Adishakti’s Bali, the tale of two brothers from the Ramayana, premieres in Bengaluru

This is the first production from the repertory after the death of Adishakti's founder Veenapani Chawla

Abhishek Pattnaik and Darsheel Safary in Two Adorable Losers

‘I am waiting for the right moment’ — Darsheel Safary

Darsheel Safary on why he is focusing on theatre and taking it slow for his next Bollywood project

Varun Aiyer in Twilight Quagmires

The inside story: Varun Aiyer explores concepts of sexuality in Theatre Nisha’s Twilight Quagmires

Actor-director Varun Aiyer explores concepts of gender in his latest production for Theatre Nisha

On of the cast members

Rabindranath Tagore's play, Red Oleanders, staged with a Yakshagana twist

Originally written in Bengali, Tagore’s 1924 play, Raktakarabi is about capitalism and exploitation will be staged this weekend

Chris Hemsworth's Men In Black International gets release date in India

It also stars Rebecca Ferguson, Les Twins, Kumail Nanjiani and Rafe Spall.

A scene from the rehearsals

Ultimate Kurukshetra, a new play, takes a look at the Mahabharata with a twist

This take on the Mahabharata explores the epic through its minor characters with a pinch of humour

Sapan Verma

Hyderabad's FunnyBuzzness brings comedian Sapan Verma to the city with his special, Half Baked Chutkule

Ahead of his show in Hyderabad, comedian Sapan talks about being an introvert and new trends in Indian comedy.

A scene from the play

Ok That's Enough, is a play that questions societal norms about women 

Anju Alva Naik’s debut play poses pertinent questions about women’s approach to sexuality

Sunanda Raghunathan in Bad Hindu

Theatre artiste Sunanda Raghunathan of Guduguduppukkari brings Bad Hindu play to Chennai

Guduguduppukkari’s Bad Hindu portrays a stirring battle of identities through a solo act 

A still fom Nanta

Beats in the kitchen: Nanta, the longest running show in Korea, debuts in Chennai 

Meat cutters meet drums in this highly successful show from Korea