Archive for October, 2015

Old World Theatre Festival 2015

 An epic celebration of emotional anecdotes and raw tangibility, the Old World Theatre Festival 2015 is back with a bang with hard-hitting performances from various parts of India. What’sHot.in One on One-Part II 10th October, 6:00 pm- 8:30 pm (Epicentre, Gurgaon) 11th October, 5:00 pm- 7:30 pm (Habitat World) Director: Akarsh Khurana, Arghya Lahiri, Faezeh […]

14th Old World Theatre Festival has something for everyone

By Shalini Singh, theweek.in The latter half of 2015 will be a treat for theatre enthusiasts in Delhi. Come October the 14th edition of the Old World Theatre Festival (OWTF) will get going. The highlight of this edition would be actor Kalki Koechlin’s rather existential directorial debut, The Living Room. This 90-minute English production, which is […]

OH MY SWEET LAND by Corinne Jaber

OH MY SWEET LAND by Corinne Jaber

Who better to reprise on stage the spine-chilling tale of the on-going Syrian civil war than Corinne Jaber, a French actress born of a German father and a Syrian mother? Interestingly, Jaber plays a woman with the same parentage in the play which is based on true events and experiences. Making use of her well-recognised […]

THE GOD OF CARNAGE by Nadir Khan

THE GOD OF CARNAGE by Nadir Khan

Helmed by two supremely talented actresses who have carved a niche for themselves in films as well as on television, The God of Carnage brings to you a dialogue between two couples which gradually degenerates into a spectacular melee. It brutally peels away layer after layer which covers the construct of the aristocratic Indian and […]

EK MULAQAAT by Saif Hyder Hasan

EK MULAQAAT by Saif Hyder Hasan

“Whether you’re a romantic at heart, treasure unrequited love tales or have a penchant for soulful shayari, Ek Mulaqaat is an absolute treat, the kind of theatrical brilliance that you get to witness once in a while.” – TOI  In a phenomenal victory for Indian theatre, while one film actress debuts as a director, another […]

ONE ON ONE PART II

One on One Part II

Rajit Kapur’s remarkable personality has injected a burst of life into many a role in Indian cinema that otherwise might have gone unnoticed. He added his own flourish to characters such as that of Detective Wadia in Roy and that of public prosecutor Vipin Patel in Guzaarish, amongst many others. His attraction towards theatre, the […]

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