Sunday 08 Sep '13Theatre artiste Waman Kendre, known for his plays on the marginalised, is the new director of the National School of Drama (NSD). One of the pioneers of the Dalit theatre movement in Maharashtra in the late ’70s, Kendre’s well-known plays include Mohandas, Ranangan, Zulva, Janeman, Madhyam Vyayog, Tempt Me Not and Dusara Samana. In this interview, he talks about returning to his roots, being the voice of the unheard and his task ahead
Sunday 17 Mar '13In this Idea Exchange, theatre personality Sanjana Kapoor talks about her initiation into the world of theatre, her company Junoon and how, some day, she hopes to watch more of her father Shashi Kapoor’s films ‘with a more benevolent eye’.
Sunday 26 Sep '10As India prepares for autumn, the flowers are blooming in Cape Town. This South African city is located in the southern hemisphere, occupying the final stretch of land that marks the end of the continent.