With RRR now the highest form of entertainment, Raja Rammohun Roy’s sestercentennial came and went without the fanfare worthy of such a yugāvatār—not surprising, perhaps, in these historically revisionist times.
A partnership among the U S Consulate General, Theater Alliance (Washington, DC), Contact Base (Kolkata) and twenty participants from the U S, India, Bangladesh and Nepal facilitated a residency workshop
Rangroop’s latest production, Spare Parts, begins like a social comedy but ends up as a political tragedy about India. One expects the latter trajectory from the writer, Swapnamoy Chakraborty, reminding
Ichheymoto’s new production is an unusual Marxism-made-easy-in-90-minutes capsule that dramatizes what many critics of Marx wished he had done—namely, lectured to the proletariat in their language about the ideas he
We have a prolific, experimental as well as versatile young partnership in Bengali theatre operating out of Barrackpore: playwright Anirban Sen and director Suvojit Bandopadhyay. Two of their new productions,