The force of truth and political theatre: Prasanna

Issue No: 127 Prasanna has always intrigued and inspired me. His theatre career spans several decades and includes seminal productions such as Cupid’s Broken

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Writing for young audiences

Issue No: 126 Writing for young audiences is a specialised aspect of theatre making. While the sense of timing required to write good comedy

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The Theatre Flamingo Project – Part 2

Issue No 125: I faintly remember passing the Scorpio, as I had trouped up the rickety staircase to the iconic, intimate theatre space in

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The Theatre Flamingo Project – Part 1

Issue No: 124 When 20 somethings, young talent, fresh out of drama school, desist from taking the predictable path to tinsel town and stardom,

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A Ride through ‘Goshtarang’

Issue No: 122 A little hamlet called Sonale in Palghar District. Wada, the Taluka place is quite close. It is bigger with a population

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World Theatre Day 2017: Perspectives

Issue No: 121 World Theatre Day seems an appropriate moment to reflect on why we do theatre. Of course, people have been reflecting on

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The Political Contours of Goan Tiatr

Issue No: 120 In Goa, theatre has played a significant role in consolidating religious and linguistic public spheres for various Goan communities. For the

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EMERGENCY – Satish Alekar recalls two incidents when his expression felt stifled

Issue No: 119 (This piece first appeared in two parts in his column ‘Gaganika’ (dated 29th March 2015 & 12th April 2015 & )

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Rehearsal for revolution – Sanjoy Ganguly at Jana Sanskriti

Issue No: 118 ‘Even if one is unaware of it, human relationships are structured in a theatrical way. The use of space, body language,

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