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The Hazards of Adaptation: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

Ranjan Das focuses on the challenges that confront filmmakers when adapting vast and expansive authored works, by placing Half...

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How the war was won

Khalid Mohamed reviews the inexplicably neglected 377 Ab Normal, is zapped by the mega-abrupt Lahore Confidential, and discove...

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The Disappearing Art of Conversation

Since the emergence of humans on the planet, conversation has been the cornerstone of human civilization. From the initial words exchanged r...

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MY VIEW: English Theatre Has A Loyal Fan Base In India. But Is It Easy To Make A Career In Theatre?

Students in India are often introduced to English theatre in the form of Shakespeare’s plays. And it usually ends there. Indian dramatists like T P Kailasam, Habib Ta...

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Kaleidoscope - No Lese Majeste Intended

One of the most popular plays by the National Theatre, London is The Audience, which thank to the NT Live programme that allows audience around ...

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Kaleidoscope : Springtime For Gujarati Theatre

There is a growing demand for experimental work in Gujarati theatre, particularly if a younger audience is to be tapped, the demographic not attracted by the domestic ...

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WHEN THEATRE MARRIES CINEMA

As I sat watching a CinePlay screening of the play sometimes, in a preview theatre, I was tad perplexed. Am I watching a play or am I watching a movie? Some months back, I ...

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