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We scope the evolution of theatre in Chennai, as the city’s top directors and cultural curators tell us what to look forward to in another decade of masterful productions
Set in Pondicherry, Midnight Hotel, written by Shreekumar Varma tells the story of Hari, who returns home years after his brother’s death to find out that his house has been turned into a hotel
Chennai’s Orcha Productions recreates a Harishankar Parsai classic in Tamil
Directed by Nikhila Kesavan, it is set in Mumbai and adapts one particular storyline of the satirical thriller
Shakespeare’s most popular Roman tragedy to be adapted by The Madras Players
Actor-director Varun Aiyer explores concepts of gender in his latest production for Theatre Nisha
Freddy Koikaran’s Stagefright Productions returns with their first ever music concert
The Madras Players’ Trinity is a tribute to 'the three jewels of Carnatic music' and brings the two worlds of music and theatre together
The play is based on three short stories, each depicting an event or a moment in the lives of legendary Carnatic musicians Tyagaraja, Muthuswami Dikshitar and Shyama Shastri.
We take a comprehensive look at Koothu-p-pattarai, the founding institution for a number of leading actors in the South, looking through the eyes of its late founder Na Muthuswamy.
Indulge one-on-one: Musicians Yohan Chacko and Timothy Madhukar catch up to discuss all things music, theatre and namma Chennai
Among the many, Yohan Chacko and Timothy Madhukar make for quite an enthusiastic pair, and while one may come across as a little more serious, the other balances the equation with his quick wit.
The Madras Players’ adaptation of Ray Cooney’s Out of Order assures a good deal of side-splitting moments
Originally written and performed in 1990, the play is being adapted by city-based theatre group, The Madras Players.
The first edition of the Fringe Festival promises a varied line-up of artistes
Bringing in a little adult humour into their latest production, CBC has adapted a translated version of Daniel Fo’s one-act play, The Virtuous Burglar
Paloma gives us a round-up of her sister Rochelle and Keith's beach wedding, Reji Joseph's art exhibition, and Dial M for Murder play
With a lot of music, dance and colours on stage, Madaiah the Cobbler premiers today
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