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Mumbai Notebook

Anil Dharker

A city of ‘Identity and Culture’

Is There an Identity Crisis?

When the search for cultural authenticity stifles imagination

Koodiyattam: The Third Rebirth

The oldest surviving Sanskrit theatre tradition returns in its original long form

Sooraj Subramaniam: The World at His Feet

Sooraj Subramaniam is one of the most sought after freelance dancers in the world today. He tells Malini Nair how he bends and blends genres

Dancing up a Storm

The story of a performer who dared

Leela Samson: Return to the Rhythm

After a series of high-decibel rows ended her last brush with officialdom, Leela Samson is back where she belongs

Did You Say Poetry Is a Bore?

Maybe no more. It’s leaving its stuffy image behind as performance poets jump onto stage and get the crowd high on their rhythm

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