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Mumtaz Siddiqui, Pankaj Kapur and a Dopehri

As soon as I entered the Kamani auditorium, I was intrigued by the set up on the stage. It was all set and a curious audience was waiting for the showman of the day, Pankaj Kapur. Kapur has made a comeback on the stage almost after 18 years with Dopehri to take the audience into a different world with him. The auditorium lights went dim and there entered Kapur from the right side of the stage. He lights a lamp and

Antigone at NSD’s Bharat Rang Mahotsav 2016

What a swift transition from page to stage it was! Even before the theatre commenced the actors were amidst the audience busy playing their roles with much elan. Sophocles of Kolones, one of the most famous and celebrated writer of tragedy plays in ancient Greece is credited with the authorship of the play 'Antigone'. 'Antigone', a production from Swapna Sandhani was all about a perfect synergy between the actors acting and direction. Upon her arrival at Thebes in Egypt, Antigone learns

Delhi-the next stop for World Culture Festival

Delhi will host the first World Culture Festival

A good news for all art lovers. The capital city Delhi will witness the first-ever World Culture Festival organised by the Art of Living Foundation. Scheduled in March, the three-day event will celebrate cultural diversity across the world and Art of Living's 35 years of service towards humanity. Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, the founder of AOL, will inaugurate the celebration. People from various cultures, faiths and countries will gather from March 11 to 13 in New Delhi to create a resonating