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Ishitta Arun


"THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG. I saw it in London and right from the word go it was hilarious. The staging and stage craft, how the on and off stage are seamlessly intertwined, physical comedy, the sets, all were just so well done." read more...

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Vinay Varma


"When the power is ON in the house, it is pitch dark for the audience, but when the power goes OFF the entire place is lit up and the actors move as if in complete darkness." read more...

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Delna Patel


"Bomsie Nicholson was playing the Wicked Witch of the West and gets finally flushed down an enormous commode, but he'd broken his leg and was on crutches in a wheelchair and we just couldn't fit him in and flush him off." read more...

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Nivedita Baunthiyal


"Plays are being adapted from foreign languages but I feel that we have lot of content in Hindi literature which has to be explored by all of us." read more...

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Bhushan Korgaonkar


"That's when I realised how a true connoisseur of theatre can grasp even the slightest emotions just by observing everything around him in a sharp manner." read more...

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Amit Behl


"It's always been vibrant, multilingual, varied performance spaces, every auditorium with its own history, the healthy competition, the only place in the country where a successful play can have countless runs." read more...

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Imran Rasheed


"In Pakistan I had best Mughlai when I went to perform JASMA ODHAN, and best Chinese in Taipei when we went to perform KHWAB SA." read more...

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Janak Toprani


"Venues like Prithvi that were meant to promote young talent have deviated from their original purpose...they pamper established players who ideally should have shifted to other venues making way for youngsters" read more...

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Aman Gupta


"once during the performance of JAAT HI POOCHHO SADHU KI, in the climax I forgot my dialogue and had to ask my co-actor In the scene about my next line during the audience laughter." read more...

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Abhishek Pattnaik


"My entire team is a foodie. we are all young and have a great appetite. when we travel we discuss food, films and theatre." read more...

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Suruchi Aulakh


"I interacted with the ghost/spirit of a character I played in 3, SAKINA MANZIL, a play by Ramu Ramanathan. The character was based on a real person whose story, life and times we used in the play." read more...

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Preeta Mathur


"The most significant was when Dineshji was in hospital and we were performing two shows of HAI MERA DIL at Prithvi." read more...

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Saif Hyder Hasan


"My biggest learning has been goof up on stage but goof up with such conviction that the audience does not realize what has happened since it does not have a script." read more...

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Rasika Agashe


"Due to my Sanskrit graduation, I read many Indian classical plays.. same goes with Greek and American classics, but I think i should read more." read more...

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Asif Ali Beg


"lots of bloopers....but the best one was me falling off the stage plonk into the lap of a startled audience member!!" read more...







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