Celebrating the world of theatre
“I regard the theatre as the greatest of all art forms, the most immediate way in which a human being can share with another the sense of what it is to be a human being.” – Oscar Wilde
Theatre has been an important part of our tradition and culture. It is an evolved art form and gives a chance to explore one’s creativity. Theatre is a universal language that crosses all barriers. This year on the occasion of World Theatre Day Mumbai has a list of interesting events.
Three books by Gujarati playwrights Mihir Bhuta, Saumya Joshi and Sneha Desai organized by Image Publishers and showcasing nine dramas at Bhaidas will be jointly launched by theatre personalities Waman Kendre (Director – National of School of Drama) and Sanjna Kapoor (CoFounder, Junoon) at Bhaidas Theatre.
A Mumbai Local talk by Vickram Kapadia, where he will talk about the nature of theatre as a live medium, and what it means to be on stage quoting excerpts from his latest production and finally, Naseerudin Shah with Rajit Kapur will perform A walk in the Woods one of the finest plays by Lee Blessing and adapted by Faisal Rashid and Randeep Hooda at the NCPA experimental.
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