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Premiering in Bengaluru, the play Mumbai Terror Attacks, chronicles the story of the terrorist behind 26/11

Jeff Goldberg brings to life the main conspirator, David Coleman Headley

Published on 11th October 2019
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Towering Broadway director and producer Hal Prince has died

The death of a 91-year-old Broadway director

Published on 1st August 2019
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Hal Prince, towering Broadway director, producer and winner of 21 Tony Awards, dies at 91

Harold Prince, a Broadway director and producer who pushed the boundaries of musical theatre and won a staggering 21 Tony Awards, has died. Prince was 91.

Published on 31st July 2019
Asterix & Obelix finally go desi!

We're going desi, by Toutatis! How did Asterix and Obelix learn to speak fluent Hindi?

Dipa Chaudhuri and Puneet Gupta, who undertook the epic translation project, tell us about the 
many challenges they faced, and the fun they had along the way.

Published on 5th April 2019
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

Published on 1st March 2019
Tim Crouch as Marvolio

Tim Crouch’s I, Malvolio presents Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night from a different perspective 

Tim Crouch plays the steward from the Twelfth Night in a rousing solo performance

Published on 28th December 2018
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'I, Malvolio, is about cruelty, about how we like to laugh at people,' says theatre director Tim Crouch

Tim who is also performing throws more light on what to expect 

Published on 24th November 2018
Michael Oliver as Orson Welles

The life of Orson Welles, through the eyes of Richard France

The Auroville Theatre Group’s next play puts the spotlight on Orson Welles and his relentless pursuit of perfection

Published on 10th August 2018
Daas Dev

Sudhir Mishra on reimagining Devdas and making it a political drama 

Director Sudhir Mishra speaks about the influences behind his latest feature Daas Dev, and why he loves the web format for cinema 

Published on 30th March 2018

Leaning into Italia: Cheering for the chariot of the Gauls

In an epic race to Mount Vesuvius via Rome, it’s the chariot of the Gauls that everybody’s cheering for

Published on 17th November 2017
1066 and All That

Bookends: Hosting humour in history, an epic British 'textbook'

The last place possibly expected to yield humour is history.

Published on 30th July 2017

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