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  • Mumbai Diary: Sunday shorts

    The city -- sliced, diced and served with a dash of sauce

  • 3 events to catch on Mumbai's stages

    In the mood for some wit and humour this evening? Catch Motley’s latest offering in their ‘Story-telling on Stage’ series Gadh-ha Aur Gadd-ha...

  • Theatre on a new turf

    Prithvi Theatre will be organising a unique venture at the Mahalaxmi Racecourse with a seven-day programme that includes plays by veterans like Naseeruddin Shah

  • DD to share archival content as educational DVDs

    Public service broadcaster Doordarshan on Tuesday tied up with the National Council Of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) to share and disseminate its archival content in the form of educational DVDs to promote arts education in schools

  • Prithvi Theatre's Kunal Kapoor to restore father Shashi's films

    Kunal Kapoor talks about Prithvi Theatre's efforts to involve children in performing arts, his attempt to restore his father Shashi Kapoor's films and his plans to take theatre to greener pastures

  • Sachin Tendulkar wants India's young guns to come out and play sport

    Indian cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar was yesterday inducted as one of the five new members into the prestigious Laureus Sports Academy in a glittering annual awards ceremony at the Shanghai Grand theatre here

  • Mumbai Diary: Wednesday Whispers

    The city — sliced, diced and served with a dash of sauce

  • Comedy is the toughest form of acting, says Anupam Kher

    On April 18, Anupam Kher's academy Actor Prepares completes 10 years of teaching and learning acting. The alumni will showacase their talent with theatrical productions in April and May. In a candid chat, Anupam Kher talks about the dynamics of India's theatre landscape

  • Watch this play for a cause

    Alibaba, a musical, has been adapted from the literary works of a Bengali playwright who recreated the magic of this classic in 1896. Performed by Mumbai-based Bengali theatre group Anandam, the proceeds from the show will be used for cancer care

  • Let the audience be the judge in theatres

    Even as the BJP-Shiv Sena government in Maharashtra is set to enact a law to make it mandatory for multiplexes in the state to screen Marathi movies during prime time slots, there are already numerous debates being thrown up about the pros and cons of such a decision

  • Aamir Khan gets nostalgic about his theatre days

    While theatre is not considered as a profitable medium, it has its share of loyalists

  • Gender by Choice

    Every few years, gender lines are redrawn and there is a scramble to redefine what is politically correct. Sometimes, it seems as if every step society takes towards reducing the inequality between the sexes, two steps are taken backwards

  • Mumbai Diary: Saturday scene

    The city — sliced, diced and served with a dash of sauce

  • Catch 17 new Hindi plays at a theatre competition

    Starting today, Mumbaikars can catch 17 new plays in Hindi as part of the Bhausaheb Open Hindi Ekanki Natya Spardha, an annual open theatre competition organised in memory of theatre personality, Giresh Desai, popularly known as Bhausaheb

  • Ode to an organ

    Recently revived for a choir concert, the movable pipe organ at NCPA holds fort as the only such musical instrument in Mumbai

  • Travel with Padatik

    Padatik Theatre from Kolkata will present a season of five plays at Prithvi Theatre

  • I became Aamir Khan's fan overnight: Jackie Chan

    Jackie Chan's latest outing, 'Dragon Blade', hit Indian theatres last week. In an email interview, the actor talks about the film, his evolution as an actor, his favourite Bollywood film and future projects

  • World Theatre Day: Theatre actors who deserve a Bollywood break

    On the occasion of World Theatre Day today, we ask a few personalities, who moved from the stage to the silver screen, to pick one theatre actor who deserves a Bollywood break

  • Veteran Assamese actor Indra Bania dies

    Veteran award winning Assamese film and theatre actor Indra Bania died in a private hospital here tonight following prolonged illness, hospital sources said

  • Move to the music

    Choreographer Ashley Lobo's dance company, Navdhara India Dance Theatre, will present a new dance performance called Amaara -- A journey of love