OUR MEMORY-OUR SMELL-OUR DEATHS-OUR MADNESS: Which body acts? Which body resists? Which body has eyes? Which one stares? Which one falls asleep? Which one is alive? Which one is living dead?
New Culture is happy to publish The Forbidden Genes of Genet: a script by Dr. Janardan Ghosh. The script and the play was based on the life of Jean Genet.
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chimera Days sedated, zombies flocking the streets - victims of nostalgia, led on by banners and glow signs into mirages to drink coke, pepsi, thumbs up, whisky, vodka, rum. The cityś a mindless kitsch, indulgent, delinquent, drunk. The effulgence rests on the ephemeral glitters, hiding all that is permanently deformed. The eyes don´t see, don´t … Continue reading antagonistics by sudipta dawn
Four seasons at the Shahbag Square : Occupant-Occupation-Occupy-Occupied
Instatheatre performance by Janardan Ghosh as pasrt of The Plague & The Bard.
As a part of our Master's series , here we take a brief look at the ways of Étienne Decroux. Decroux's ways are a way of preparation of the actor rather than rehearsals. The importance of preparation has been well elucidated by Richard Schechner as he says that " Rehearsal is a way of setting … Continue reading The Decroux Way to A Promethean Actor
Commemorating Human Rights Day, 2019 with a poem and an extempore by Parnab Mukherjee.
Cooner Vanderbeek shares his thoughts on the state of Indian cities.
Possible Poet – Impossible Poetry, an attempted write-up on a remarkably alive life, a cycle of seven-transcreated poems by Leopoldo Maria Panero and a piece on a Ritwik Ghatak play.