Indulge Express | Jagriti theatre in Bengaluru reopens with the show, Not Just A Half
Jagriti theatre in Bengaluru reopens on January 5, after being closed due to the pandemic for the majority of 2020. This is also a special year for the theatre as it celebrates its 10th anniversary.
The Week | A full kitty
Within a year of graduating from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, Rohan Gurbaxani, 23, bagged over seven feature films in 2019, including four acting roles in Chick Fight, alongside Alec Baldwin and Bella Thorne; Knuckledust, alongside Moe Dunford; Red 48, alongside John Malkovich; and Confession, alongside Sarah Hay.
Deccan Herald | Rohan Gurbaxani: Bengaluru boy makes it in Hollywood
Rohan Gurbaxani studied acting for four years at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. After his graduation, he got into Hollywood and has already worked with some big names.
Times of India | Rehearsed reading of Bangalore Little Theatre’s Tales of Tenali Rama at RS Connect
Bangalore Little Theatre (BLT’s) much-talked about play, ‘The Tales of Tenali Rama’, is back with a rehearsed reading, featuring theatrepersons Shatarupa Bhattacharyya and Sridhar Ramanathan.
Bangalore Mirror | From house to techno and choir, these gigs will leave you happy
Beginning with a music festival last year, the Jagriti Theatre is now on the map for music.
Nyooz | Morning Raag with Amrutha Venkatesh
Jagriti Theatre’s Morning Raag is a one of kind concert series, celebrating the best in Indian classical music.
Deccan Herald | Raghunandana’s ‘no’ and after
The theatre director’s decision to turn down the Sangeet Natak Akademi award triggers a debate among Bengaluru theatre people
Bangalore Mirror | Out in the city
This edition of ‘Speaking of the City’, which features Rohini Nilekani, will take you through her role as a philanthropist and social innovator.
Times of India | An evening of jazz and more at Jagriti Theatre, Bengaluru
On day 2 of Gimme A Key: Jagriti Festival of Western Music, Aman Mahajan presents Refuge.1. This will be an evening featuring pianist Aman Mahajan. The piece is a set of musical themes performed in various configurations.
Bangalore Mirror | Things to do later in the week
The second edition of ‘Gimme a Key’ features artists from Poland, Sweden, Shillong and Bengaluru boy Aman Mahajan.