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Chennai’s Orcha Productions recreates a Harishankar Parsai classic in Tamil
Equal, a festival by Ranga Shankara, explores resilience and justice, through plays, dance performances, concerts and discussions
Here's what to expect
Country group Little Big Town always wanted to play Carnegie Hall, but it took more than just practice, like the old joke goes, to get them there.
Thespian En portrays societal realities through the stories of sisters, in Ajit Chitturi’s new play
The all-women production, Six Dead Queens And An Inflatable Henry, takes a look at choice, consent and individuality
The production is based on a play by Foursight Theatre Group, UK and premieres in India this weekend
How hard is it to play the first lady of Indian cinema? Ira Dubey opens up on her role as Devika Rani
Dubey's nxt on-sage outing has her playing the most intriguin figure in Indian films
As part of the Madras Week celebrations, Wandering Artist is organising a Railway Museum Walk, tracing the history of South Indian Railways.
An actor prepares
'Box office collections matter to me. If the audience is flocking to theatres, it's a hit': Taapsee Pannu
Taapsee tells us how she chooses her projects, why it is okay to have Akshay's face prominently displayed on Mission Mangal's poster, and if it ever gets tough to live up to the expectations
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
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.
Qadir Ali Baig Theatre Foundation stages heritage production Kasturba at Radisson Blu Plaza, Hyderabad
Tales from the past
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