The New Politics of Bengal

Swapan Dasgupta

It is good Utpal Dutt is now history

Back to the Theatre

With its spectacular car explosions, high-speed chases and helicopter rides, Sooryavanshi was made for the big screen

The Showman and the Shaman

A family memoir chronicling the deities of Indian theatre

Not a Rosy Picture

Notes from risking a visit to a theatre to watch a flawed movie

Balcony of Big Things

The Theatrics of the Light and Sound-Show

Save the Arts

Who says culture and the arts are only for the elite?

Capitalism and the Fall of Man

Two plays and one big message from London

Enduring Drama

The retelling of two classics—Harold Pinter’s Betrayal and Arthur Miller’s The Death of a Salesman—affirms the relevance of theatre as an art form

Mumbai Notebook

On Girish Karnad and competitive suffering

Rama Vaidyanathan: Fine Balance

Rama Vaidyanathan expertly treads the line between classicism and popular appeal


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