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World Theatre Day special: 'I think the live aspect can never be replaced,' says Bruce Guthrie of NCPA, Mumbai
The Head of Theatre and Film at NCPA shares his observations on how theatre has evolved in the last one year
The National Centre for the Performing Arts (NCPA) is opening its doors to the public from Wednesday, February 3, and the lineup boasts of a fine array of live performances
Must-watch: NCPA brings Zakir Hussain, Symphony Orchestra of India and TM Krishna's performances to your living room
NCPA@home streams some of its exclusive performances on its official YouTube channel
A part of its ongoing NCPA@home series, the recitation will be streamed on its YouTube channel on Friday, May 22.
This screening will feature Ashwini Bhide (vocalist) bringing to life some evergreen compositions of two legendary composers of the early 18th century, Sadarang and Adarang
Launched earlier this month, NCPA@home showcases the best of events from its archives on its YouTube channel.
Bringing to the fore the story of Nandi and Simba, NCPA presents Tales of the Bull and the Tiger
NCPA Add Art Festival, which begins on November 29, will see performances across theatre, dance, Indian and western classical music, jazz besides stand-up acts, screenings and workshops
Based on Pulitzer Prize-nominated American writer Rajiv Joseph, the play is about contrasting the simple desires of two common people against the power that controls them.
The play features talented artists Seema Pahwa, Bhavna Pani, Trishla Patel, Jaya Virlley, Prerna Chawla and Shruti Vyas.
The lecture-demonstration will attempt to unravel distinct aesthetical ideologies of Gwalior and Jaipur gharanas
NCPA presents a performance by scholars and performers showcasing guru-shishya parampara within the family tradition.
Written and directed by Sapan Saran, the play 'Jhoom Jhoom Jhumpa' features the work of talented artists Padma Damodaran, Bhushan Vikas, Priyanka Kotwal, Prashant Amlani and Rohit Das.
The film explores Van Gogh's encounter with the Japanese artworks and how it influenced and affected his work
The event will see playback singer and composer Megha Sriram Dalton along with a group of Adivasis from Jharkhand performing tribal songs in five native languages
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