Dipanita Nath | The Indian Express
The Stage is All Yours
Real stories of South Asian women in Wales and India, collected through an extensive R&D process, has led to a play, titled Sisters.
Travel with the Pioneer
A new book provides a front-row view of theatre group Yatrik’s journey of half a century
Actor-director Imran Khan on the importance of showing plays to children
Since 2014, Tifli, an international theatre festival, has been overrun by thousands of children. Parents and schools in Delhi that wanted to give students a taste of the stage, found a safe bet in the plays staged at Tifli. This year, however, Tifli theatre fest has been cancelled.
The Fine Art of Stillness
Actor Ashwath Bhatt on being a Kashmiri Pandit, playing a Pakistani army officer in Raazi, and his forthcoming documentary about the Valley.
‘Bread chose me’
For the past four years, Sumitran, 56, an executive coach, has been championing sourdough, a process of bread-making that goes back 5,000 years.
Tragedy of Errors
The Charles-Diana wedding, the witches of Macbeth and a royal curse make up the play Tom Alter was directing before he passed away
Take a Bow
Film screenings, theatre, puppetry, folk music and dance to light up Zohra Sehgal’s 106th birth anniversary
‘If people don’t like something, I change it’, says Bharat Dabholkar
"There is an audience sitting in front of you, who are not necessarily theatre experts. They want to be entertained, laugh, cry, or whatever, but go back with a happy feeling. I do my theatre for them. If an audience member does not like something in a play, I change it,"