The cast of Making It A Habit

The Madras Players’ Making It A Habit is about a group of nuns who try to put up a show for the first time

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.

A scene from G Venu's play Urubhangam

G Venu's latest Kutiyattam performance is an adaptation of Bhasa’s anti-war play Urubhangam

The Abhinaya Kalari team from the Natanakairali arts institution presents this version of the play on stage

A scene from Story Ga Ma

Story Ga Ma brings to stage Bhasmasura’s tale through Yakshagana

The narrative is an interpretation of Mohini and Bhasmasura’s story from Indian mythology

A scene from the play Colour Correction

Colour Correction takes a comical look at how Indian women are perceived by the West

A collaboration between MukhaMugam (from India), Bananteatern and Bonthrop (both from Sweden) led to the creation of Colour Correction

A still from Atmaj

Here's everything you need to know about Qadir Ali Baig Theatre Festival 2019 in Hyderabad

Themed around relationships, the two-week-long event will feature eight plays by eminent production groups and playwrights from across the country.

Hei-Kyung Hong

Korean soprano Hei-Kyung Hong to sing her role of Mimi for 67th time at the Met

The Korean-born soprano will give her 67th performance as the young seamstress in Puccini's La Boheme on November 14.

Aiman Zahabi as Barabbas

On the road to absolution with Barabbas, in a monodrama by The Auroville Theatre Group

The Biblical figure of Barabbas is the central figure of The Auroville Theatre Group’s new play

Puneet Issar as Duryodhan in play, Mahabharat - The Epic Tale

Puneet Issar's new play delves into psychology of Duryodhan, finds out why he became the antagonist

Puneet Issar deconstructs how he created Duryodhan for the first time and what made him explore the epic from the perspective of Duryodhan

The cast of Sisters: Anusha Prabhu, Pavithra Baskaran and Gophalan Murali

Sister act: Shreekumar Varma’s Sisters get a stage makeover by Ajit Chitturi of Thespian En 

Thespian En portrays societal realities through the stories of sisters, in Ajit Chitturi’s new play

Legally Blonde, the  musical

Legally Blonde, award-winning musical on stage at The Keegan Theatre in Washington, DC

The Keegan Theatre closes out its 22nd season with the award-winning musical Legally Blonde, on show until September 1, 2019. 

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