Archive for April, 2012

When the tables turn

SANGEETA BAROOAH PISHAROTY, The Hindu, April 21, 2012 Life often brings us to situations when we hurt each other and can’t seem to help ourselves. On this truism hinges well-known theatre person Bubbles Sabharwal’s play “The See Saw”. Bubbles had penned the play in 2004, as a part of a collection of one act plays […]

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Suburbs, April 2012

Showcase: A case of classic murders

By Sangeeeta Barooah Pisharoty, april 7, 2012, The Hindu When Joseph Kesselring’s play “Arsenic and Old Lace” opened in New York in 1941, it was a hit from day one. So much so that it downed curtains after a staggering four years and close to 1500 shows! Soon the play was translated into several languages […]

360 Degree Art Spaces – the New Buzzword in India

New Delhi, Mar 31 (IANS): Galleries in India are moving beyond mere selling of art. They are now integrated spaces which teach art, conduct residencies for artists, sell handicrafts and even offer a quick bite to the tired soul. Their number is steadily rising in the capital and around the country, with both private and […]

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