Verbatim theatre has traditionally tackled social issues but Wagatha Christie is bucking this trend and offering audiences some light entertainment.
How I Reunited the Most Important Documents in English Theatre History for the First Time in 200 Years
For centuries fragments of one of the most important documents about early English theatre have been scattered around the world.
Staging the Serpent: Kasba Arghya’s ‘Naag Nagini Katha’
The play, due to be performed again at the Academy of Fine Arts in Kolkata on April 11, celebrates the oral culture of storytelling. It is a rebellion in …
On Missing Theatre, My Second Home
I just want to perform. Even if it is some backstage work, I just want to work with my team.
The Lost Art of Revisiting Cinema
It's important for you to return to what once touched you and changed you at some point in life.
Kolkata Theatre Group In Hot Water Over Sexual Harassment Allegations
One of Kolkata's most prominent youth theatre groups is struggling to defend itself after several women accused its director of sexual harassment.
Fighting Urban Loneliness With Art
Delhi's residents are turning their rooftops, basements and apartments into art and music venues – creating communities where there was only isolation before.