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Interview: Mahesh Dattani on inclusivity and gender equality in theatre and the evolution of teleplays
The English playwright has directed his first Hindi play Hasmukh Saab ki Wasihat, streaming on Zee Theatre
Rathna Shekar Mogulla, founder of Samahaara, opens up about sustaining during the pandemic, workshops and more
Pulling through the tough hour
With OTT platforms having come into their own, industry insiders talk about how the very understanding of what defines a ‘theatre film’ seems to be undergoing a change
In Imitation of Death, Emil Madhavi crafts death as an intimate topic that helps him connect with his audience
Lockdown Liaisons will be performed at Chowdiah Memorial Hall, Vyalikaval on January 12
The Auroville Theatre Group's play A Place Called Home narrates the stories of refugees across the world
Written and directed by Jill, the play will have its premiere on December 26 at the ongoing week-long online Moradokmai International Theatre Festival
After experimenting with online theatre, celebrated thespian Debesh Chattopadhyay concludes that theatre loses its purpose when digitised.
The audio-drama ensemble Mad Balikas intend to resuscitate the art of Shruti-Natok through their digital performances.
Kaushik Sen primarily considers himself to be a theatre artist who had to venture out into the world of cinema for bread and butter.
Veteran thespian and actress Sohini Sengupta talks about how art and entertainment will continue to thrive in the post-pandemic world
Mahesh Dattani on his play Final Solutions and how theatre has always been a place of uncertainty for him
Bengaluru-based theatre group Alchemy Theatre Society performed the last show of Final Solutions at Jagriti Theatre on Sunday
Theatre practitioners welcome Christmas season with a fresh adaptation of a classic thriller by Fredrick Knott
The sixth season of the festival will be held from December 18 to December 24 at the Nishumbita School of Drama
Directed by Ashima Chibber, the film is reportedly is based on a true incident that shattered children and human rights at an international level
In times when religion controls every aspect of our lives, Gandhi Tum Zinda Ho has socially salient cues for all.
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