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Delhi’s Akshara Theatre will donate the proceeds from the next few shows of their popular productions, 12 Angry Men and Krishna in Wonderland, to Kerala Flood Relief.

Kerala floods: Theatre, comedy, sports events in Delhi-NCR to raise funds for the State

Hindustan Times | By Naina Arora, New Delhi
UPDATED ON AUG 25, 2018 11:44 AM IST
To support Kerala, there are events being organised across the city, including a play titled Krishna In Wonderland, a football tournament and a comedy show featuring stand-up comics Amit Tandon, Neeti Palta and Jeeveshu Ahluwalia.
Contempt is themed around the Supreme Court’s proceedings around Section 377 in 2012
Contempt is themed around the Supreme Court’s proceedings around Section 377 in 2012

#GayStories A play that protests Section 377, and a mother’s candid confessions when her son “came out”

Hindustan Times | By Jamal Shaikh
UPDATED ON JUL 30, 2018 12:00 PM IST
Both stories reflect how India is moving from tolerance to acceptance to pride
Bedi is enjoying dabbling between different mediums.(HT Photo)
Bedi is enjoying dabbling between different mediums.(HT Photo)

Theatre was and will remain my first love: Rakesh Bedi

Hindustan Times, Lucknow | By Deep Saxena
PUBLISHED ON JUL 23, 2018 03:08 PM IST
Actor Rakesh Bedi is a busy man. Theatre, travel, writing, film direction and TV keep him more than busy. Moving ahead with times, he is all set to take a plunge in new age mediums too. “Lot of digital work in form of web series are in pipeline. I have not taken a full-fledged leap into it but people are trying to get me there,” says the actor on his visit to Lucknow.
Marathi, Hindi and English theatre actors (from left) Rasika Agashe, Geetanjali Kulkarni, Faezeh Jalali, Yuki Ellias and Puja Sarup. On Rasika: Sari, Yewala boutique, Nashik. On Geetanjali: Dress and shoes, Forever 21. On Faezeh: Dress, 109°F; shoes from Clarks. On Yuki: Sarong from Manipur; jacket: Zara; tank top from Hill Road, Bandra; shoes from H&M. On Puja: Top, Zara; pants, Cottons; jacket, Elliza Donatein; shoes, Charles and Keith. Make-up: Stacy Gomes; hair: Avan Sethna(Prabhat Shetty)
Marathi, Hindi and English theatre actors (from left) Rasika Agashe, Geetanjali Kulkarni, Faezeh Jalali, Yuki Ellias and Puja Sarup. On Rasika: Sari, Yewala boutique, Nashik. On Geetanjali: Dress and shoes, Forever 21. On Faezeh: Dress, 109°F; shoes from Clarks. On Yuki: Sarong from Manipur; jacket: Zara; tank top from Hill Road, Bandra; shoes from H&M. On Puja: Top, Zara; pants, Cottons; jacket, Elliza Donatein; shoes, Charles and Keith. Make-up: Stacy Gomes; hair: Avan Sethna(Prabhat Shetty)

Drama is dead, long live theatre

Hindustan Times | By Ananya Ghosh
UPDATED ON JUL 22, 2018 12:01 AM IST
Five feisty women talk about the challenges the medium is facing, and how to deal with them
A file photo from one of Gyaan Adab’s earlier theatre workshops. Some of the important aspects of the workshop of the workshop series are spoken English language enrichment, enhancement of self-confidence and collective decision making.(HT PHOTO)
A file photo from one of Gyaan Adab’s earlier theatre workshops. Some of the important aspects of the workshop of the workshop series are spoken English language enrichment, enhancement of self-confidence and collective decision making.(HT PHOTO)

Personality development programme in Pune through the art of theatre

Hindustan Times, Pune | By Anjali Shetty
UPDATED ON MAY 06, 2018 02:43 PM IST
Gyaan Adab and Randhir Khare will be holding their flagship children’s programme, a month-long theatre workshop. It will culminate in a mega production with dozens of children in the final theatrical play.
Actor Sharvani Pillaai enjoys theatre for its experimental ways and liberty to improvise
Actor Sharvani Pillaai enjoys theatre for its experimental ways and liberty to improvise

Theatre lets you do what you want: Sharvani Pillaai

Hindustan Times, Pune | By Anjali Shetty
PUBLISHED ON APR 14, 2018 05:12 PM IST
Actor Sharvani Pillaai enjoys theatre for its experimental ways and liberty to improvise
The Bombay high court said if multiplexes were prohibiting people from bringing outside food, then there should be a total prohibition on eatables.(AFP File photo)
The Bombay high court said if multiplexes were prohibiting people from bringing outside food, then there should be a total prohibition on eatables.(AFP File photo)

Food should be sold at regular prices in theatres, says Bombay HC

Press Trust of India, Mumbai | By Press Trust of India
UPDATED ON APR 04, 2018 05:33 PM IST
The Maharashtra government told the Bombay high court that it would soon frame a policy on the issue.
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