Theatre Review
Arts  /  Published 17.01.19

GoT's Jon Snow turns to True West after the North

By Namrata Bhawnani

Culture  /  Published 05.10.18

A theatrical call to reinstate leftist thought

Watching Ichheymoto’s Captain Hurrah, written by Mohit Chattopadhyay, one is gripped by the sense that the wheel of history has turned full circle. A partially absurdist play advocating the triumph ...
By Dipankar Sen

Culture  /  Published 05.10.18

Saoli Mitra returns to the centrestage

Upon entering the premises of the Academy of Fine Arts Festival on the evening of August 22 and making one’s way down the serpentine pathway leading to the auditorium, one paused for a few moments, ...
By Anshuman Bhowmick

Arts  /  Published 06.04.20

A newfangled Brechtian masterpiece

Kahe Vidushak presents Do Kaudi Ka Khel partnered by t2, a comedy musical in nautanki style based on Parimal Dutta’s Hindusthani adaptation of The Threepenny Opera by Bertolt Brecht, was held at Lab...
By Hia Datta

Arts  /  Published 14.03.20

Cosmic spaces

Two solo acts, featuring two feisty actors working with their own scripts, caught our fancy in the recent months. For a change, they have bypassed the lure of mythology and steered clear of gender str...
By Anshuman Bhowmick


Arts  /  Published 08.02.20

Dig deeper for the drama

Gone are the days when every winter brought in choicest theatre productions from across the globe to the Calcutta auditoriums and Nandikar invited the best of contemporary Indian theatre. With the tou...
By Anshuman Bhowmick

Arts  /  Published 09.10.19

The stage production of Devika Rani was gorgeous to watch but a tad too long

Devika Rani, popularly known as the ‘first lady of Indian cinema’, found representation on stage through Lillete Dubey’s production Devika Rani: Goddess of the Silver Screen in association with ...
By Shrestha Saha in Calcutta


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