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Theatre Speaks

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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Joy Sengupta


"I have never been so embarrassed ever, as I learnt the lesson, that, hard hard hard work in the rehearsal space, is irreplaceable..." read more...

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Pathy Aiyar


"Tears flowed down a woman's face during my solo on Bhagat Singh, when I talked about the massacre in Jallianwala Bagh." read more...

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Veena Bakshi


"MHAIS by PuLa is just so challenging to do and has the right elements for stage...." read more...

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Vipul Mahagaonkar


"Now my adda is Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan Kala Kendra's Geeta Bhavan where we read stories, recite poems and stage plays..." read more...

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Chitransh Pawar


"Batata Wada and cutting chai tells us that we don't have enough money in theatre and I don't think it will change soon" read more...

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Akriti Singh


"Stage is a magical place and no one knows how the play will unveil despite very many rehearsals. The best moments on stage are when people forget." read more...

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Neelam Gheewala


"Once when I was performing an intense scene, I glanced through the audience and saw my friend who had come to watch my play, in tears." read more...

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Sanket Angane


"I remember one incident when I had a solo performance on a weekday and not a single ticket was sold. We were planning to cancel the show but we still arranged the set." read more...

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Vaibhav Kapatia


"It is really changing with new, alternative performance spaces. People are daring to experiment..." read more...

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Shiv Tandan


"Kamila Shamsie's novel Kartography is stunning. I'd love to watch that as a play. I also think the time is ripe to do a contemporary (trans-media?) retelling of 1984..." read more...

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Hridaynath Jadhav


"There are many stories of Rajan Khan that I would like to see as plays because I really enjoy the way he analyses the minds of his characters..." read more...







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