Broadway and Theater

Manoj Joshi's Stage Play "Chanakya" Completes 25 Years

Manoj Joshi in and as Chanakya
Manoj Joshi in and as Chanakya

Chanakya is a great, significant, vibrant and dynamic personality in ancient India. Originally he is a Guru of Economics and Political Science in ancient University of Takshasheela.



Rupali Suri goes burlesque with Bottoms Up

Rupali Suri

The 20-something actress who played the Indian National Congress President Sonia Gandhi with a difference in Bharat Dabholkar's directorial comic satire play Bottoms Up has now gone burlesque for it. Bottoms Up is produced by Ashvin Gidwani Productions; a global theatre-producing company with a strong footprint in Asia, Africa, Middle East, UK and USA, the cast includes Ananth Mahadaven, Kunal Vijaykar, Amit Roy, Mohan Azaad, Kavita Kapur and Sneha Chavan.



Mann Rangiya: SAAVM Theatre Group's Next Production a Modern Interpretation of Bharatmuni’s Natyashastra

Sushil Singh and Nancy Thakkar in Mann Rangiya
Sushil Singh and Nancy Thakkar in Mann Rangiya

In SAAVM Theatre Group's new stage production ‘Mann Rangiya’, Rangla (Sushil Singh) and Rangli (Nancy Thakkar) go to a village fair. Then they go to a the Nawab's palace and see statues with different feelings and they start talking to them with the help of Samay (time) in a fictitious manner. Nine stories are told.



Mumbai Students Perform Street Play "WE YOUTH" on Youth Empowernment at Malad Railway Station

By Sanjay Sharma Raj

We Youth - Street Play by Indian Students

As it is always said that a good cause does not need a proper occasion. Students of  Durgadevi Saraf College & Ghanshyamdas Saraf College performed a Street Play Team and named it ‘WE YOUTH’ and it was based on Youth Empowerment.



eNatya Chaupal presents "Innocence beheaded: Challenges for a play based on real life brutality"

Innocence beheaded: Challenges for a play based on real life brutality

eNatya Chaupal will feature actor-director Shubhrajyoti Barat who along with a few of his actors will share insights into their play SONG OF THE SWAN, in terms of researching it, staging it and producing it. The play has been inspired by real-life events surrounding the Norwegian actor Hans Christian Ostro, whose life was brutally cut short twenty years ago, when he was beheaded by Kashmiri militants. He had come to India to learn Kathakali and write a play based on the Mahabharata, but a holiday in Kashmir put a cruel stop to all that.



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