Indulge Express | Jagriti Theatre presents a dramatised reading of The Crucible on World Theatre Day
This Sunday is World Theatre Day, and several theatre artistes and performers in the city plan to celebrate the occasion with interesting and unique events. One such show is The Crucible - Rehearsed Reading. The 1953 play by Arthur Miller, which won the Tony Award for Best Play, is a fictional dramatic account of the Salem witch trials that took place in Massachusetts during the late 1600s. The show is a dramatised reading and will be presented by an ensemble of 18 actors and directed by Arundhati Raja.
Times of India | Jagriti Theatre kickstarts acting workshop for beginners
For all those looking at mastering their acting skills, Bengaluru-based Jagriti Theatre has started its acting workshop. "Due to popular demand, our Acting for Beginners workshop has now been moved to Saturday evening! All other details remain the same and are available in our previous posts. Registration link is in our bio. Tap the link and then Acting for Beginners," read the Performance Arts space post.
New Indian Express | My people, my tribe... theatre
The lockdown last year was a pre-emptive measure taken because the world was reeling and dying. For the first time our eyes beheld a near disintegration of the ‘mighty first world’ where the privileged were dying and their medical infrastructure was all but collapsing.
The Week | I've more liberty with music videos: Prataya Saha
Prataya Saha’s ‘Oye Hoye’ makes your heart go pitter-patter. The music video shot in Fort Kochi is about a boy falling in love with a girl from Mumbai who is a dance teacher. Released on June 19, it has garnered 85 lakh views in five days.
Indulge Express | Bengaluru's well-known theatre artiste Ratan Thakore Grant no more
Ratan Thakore Grant, one of Bengaluru's most well-known theatre personalities died on Saturday. Sources say, Ratan died of heart attack.
Bangalore Mirror | The Town Mirror Special: Life at the centre stage
Rebecca Spurgeon started her love for the stage with musicals, went on to act in plays and is now the director of Jagriti Theatre.
Indulge Express | Jagriti Theatre brings back its Morning Raag concert series
Jagriti Theatre is restarting its Morning Raag concert series this weekend. The event starts at the crack of dawn and is a great way to begin your Sunday.
The Hindu | Theatre spaces lift the curtains in Bengaluru, but with caution
The new year has brought good news for Bengaluru’s theatre community, which was mostly dormant in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The city’s prominent theatre spaces, including Ranga Shankara and Jagriti, have resumed, albeit with caution.
India Currents | Minorities Embrace an Invigorating Cinematic Presence: Rohan Gurbaxani
New York City-based actor who was born in San Jose and grew up in Bengaluru, Rohan Gurbaxani, has been making remarkable but quiet moves in Hollywood over the past few years.
The New Indian Express | Back in action
The New Year is upon us with a renewed hope for normalcy, and after a year of struggle for artistes, theatre spaces in the city are opening their doors again, with safety guidelines in place.