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Ode to a Revolutionary

Chandigarh-based hope to introduce the work and philosophy of revolutionary theatre activist Gursharan Singh.

How theatre can help you raise a happy, healthy child

World Theatre Day: "It is the only art form which is all encompassing. It includes dance, music, literature, fine arts among many others. Every child should be encouraged to do theatre because it works on a child's creative, emotional, intellectual and spiritual quotients."


The World’s A Stage

Theatre For Theatre’s month-long Winter National Theatre Festival is a platform for varied forms and expressions.

Farce and Furious

Comedy About the End of the World promises to be funny with a dark lining

Drama, thrillers are my favorite shows

I love to watch reality shows on television but my favourite are dramas and thrillers like 24, Hannibal, House of Cards, Homeland and Gotham

Actor Martin Moran on The Tricky Part and All the Rage

Actor Martin Moran draws upon his experiences of being sexually abused as a child into award-winning plays The Tricky Part and All the Rage


One in every two boys in India are sexually abused, says 'Delhi Belly' actress Poorna Jagannathan

After success of Nirbhaya, Poorna Jagannathan hopes her two new plays will spread awareness on sexual abuse of male child

Theatre Age seeks land for slum kids’ hostel

Regular free classes are conducted by voluntary professionals to train the kids in drama,dance and music.

Life and Style

A multi-brand store brings together leading stylists to create a unique fashion art book

The Power of Three

Stories of three women and their struggles come together on stage as part of an ongoing theatre festival in the city

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Street play raises awareness on violence against women

Shimla, Feb 15 (ANI): A street play was staged outside the Gaiety theatre in Shimla to spread awareness on women rights and urged people to support the cause. Artists also held a flash mob and sang songs calling for protection of rights for women. The awareness campaign was organised by the Young Working Women Christian Association under the banner of ‘One Billion Rising’, a global movement that aims to end violence against women. The artists believed the skit, drama, and dances were the right medium to make society aware of such serious issues.

It's not an arrest, its surrender: WB Cong chief

New Delhi, Jan 17 (ANI): West Bengal state Congress president Adhir Ranjan Chowdhary on Sunday said Sambia Sohrab’s arrest was not really an arrest, but surrender. He added that efforts were being made to protect Sohrab. He stated that since pressure was being mounted by people and opposition parties, the accused had to be arrested. He further added that the drama surrounding the case was enacted by the police and Trinamool Congress Party (TMC).