The Naatak Blog

Reimagining a classic by Girish Karnad

July 15, 2022     /

Hayavadan is perhaps Girish Karnad’s best known and most-performed play along with Tughlaq, which Naatak has staged back in 2010….

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Belief or Blood? Or Both?

July 15, 2022    

In February 2015, Khadiza Sultana, Amira Abase and Shamima Begum – three young teenage girls living in Bethnal Green, East…

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From the director’s desk: Siddharth Gautam

August 23, 2021    

Middle Country The land in which Siddharth Gautam was born is known as Majjhim Des in Pali texts – the…

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MAKING A FARCE OF IT

February 14, 2020    

We need more comedy in our lives. Our jobs are too stressful, our politics is too polarized, and our food…

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Rumors

ALL TALES EVER TOLD: MAHABHARAT

July 27, 2018    

It is said that we are born knowing the Mahabharat and Ramayan. The epics come to us so often, at…

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All The World’s An Improv Class

March 31, 2017     / /

Circle Mirror Transformation is an exciting new play by playwright Annie Baker about 5 people from different walks of life and an improv drama class…

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Naatak’s First Play – Srikar Srinath’s Recollections

February 19, 2017    

(By Srikar Srinath on Feb 16, 2017 to mark the 21st anniversary of Naatak’s first show ever – It was…

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NAATAK’s “Hello, World!” – Marking the 21st Anniversary of our first show

February 16, 2017    

(By Sujit Saraf on Feb 16, 2017 to mark the 21st anniversary of Naatak’s first show ever – It was…

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Vikas Dhurkas’ Play AIRPORT INSECURITY to debut at the Cubberley Theater

January 10, 2017    

This article was published on December 10, 2016 by Television-Radio-Film-Theater (TRFT) News, San Jose State University By San Jose State…

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Cupertino: Pioneer in South Asian Arts Community Receives City Award

January 10, 2017     /

This article was published on January 6, 2017 by Harish Agastya, right, seen here in 2009 production of ‘Patol Babu…

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