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THEATRE (17)

Theatre

Written by Monday, 29 July 2013 13:44

kitchen

How to skin a Giraffe: The play is about two dynasties, a son and a daughter, a marriage and an escape and amongst all of this, how to skin a giraffe. Directed by Rajiv Krishnan, it has Iswar Srikumar, Ravindra Vijay, Karuna Amarnath , Bindhumalini, Rency Philip , Amjad Prawej and others in the cast.


 

Ranga Shankara, 36/2 8th Cross II Phase, JP Nagar, July 28, 3.30 pm and 7.30 pm

 

Granny’s Sari: The play is about Anu’s grandmother’s favourite sari. This sari was a very special one. One day granny washed her sari and hung it on the clothes line when it was blown away by the strong winds. Anu goes around looking for it, but does she succeeded?

 

Sinchana Art Gallery, 1420, 9th B Cross, 39th Main, J.P. Nagar 1st Phase, July 28, 10 am

 

The Kitchen: From the director of the Manganiyar Seduction comes another masterpiece, The Kitchen. The play by Roysten Abel is about a married couple who are cooking and 12 mizhav drummers who are playing in the background. Ranga Shankara, 36/2 8th Cross II Phase, JP Nagar, August 1 to 4, 7.30 pm

The bogeyman cometh

Written by Saturday, 15 June 2013 08:18

back stage

Bogey Systems, playwright-director Swar Thounaojam’s new play, is not an easy watch. And that is a good thing

A LITTLE MORE WILL...

Written by Sunday, 14 April 2013 06:40

...would have helped Top Cast Theatre’s production of Mahesh Dattani’s Where There’s A Will, which failed to do justice to the script

GOODBYE TO ALL THAT

Written by Friday, 05 April 2013 08:43

THE BIG THEATRE LOVE-FEST

Written by Monday, 01 April 2013 07:37


True to its name in scale and purpose, The Great Galata made for a memorable World Theatre Day

SOMEWHAT LIKE A PLAY!

Written by Saturday, 23 February 2013 05:48

'I'D MAKE A GOOD HOUSEWIFE'

Written by Saturday, 16 February 2013 08:20

With his Punjabi play Teri Amrita about to premiere in town, veteran actor Om Puri speaks to Talk of his return to theatre after a 25-year gap, his method for performing intimate scenes, and his penchant for the household arts

HISTROY AND I

Written by Tuesday, 29 January 2013 09:43

 

An excerpt from Bangalore-based playwright Swetanshu Bora's Pagdi, which recently won a Toto award for creative writing

LOST IN TRANSLATION

Written by Friday, 07 December 2012 06:52
 

 

Between The Lines, actress Nandita Das' foray into theatre, has a well-crafted story which mostly failed to translate on to stage

WIFE, MOTHER, WHORE, LOVER

Written by Friday, 09 November 2012 07:56

Orgasmo Adulto Escapes from the Zoo explores womanhood through a series of intimate monologues of four feminine archetypes. As the taboo-busting play returns to town, Talk sits in on a rehearsal

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