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Last Over & Thankfully so

Last evening, I bought myself a ticket to watch “Last over”, a play directed by Suketu Shah, written by the very young among emerging writers & theatre directors ‘Abhishek Pattnaik’, whose murmurs about good scripting was one reason which dragged me to the newly built hall in Bandra. 940 more words


It was a sunny Sunday afternoon when we decided to invite ourselves to Chakdaha Nattyajan’s rehearsal pad to talk about their upcoming play Teenmohona. The group itself has been recently formed, but each member is a towering stalwart of the Bengali theatre scene, having performed several times at prestigious stages. 467 more words


Billboard Charts Will Put 'Greater Emphasis' on Paid Streaming Services Like Apple Music in 2018

(Source: www.macrumors.com)

The Billboard calculations will include plays made on paid subscription tiers of hybrid services as well, related to Spotify and SoundCloud. For the Hot 100 list, Billboard said that there will now be “multiple weighted tiers” of streaming plays, with paid subscription at the top, then ad-supported streams, and programmed streams. 606 more words


Absence is a Play

Absence is a play, by Peter M. Floyd, about Alzheimers. It was part of a week long marketing effort by Integracare, parent corporation of Candle LIght Cove in Easton, MD, to bring awareness to their memory unit.  501 more words

The Last Wife

The Last Wife runs until November 5 at the Elayne Bernstein Theatre at Shakespeare and Company in Lenox, MA. This is a production of WAM Theatre. 111 more words

Regional Theatre

My Peter Pan Experience

There is no witty title this week. I’m sorry.

This week is going to be a little bit different than those in the past, if you have read them. 374 more words

Break The 4th Wall

Western Literature: Cause and Effect

Ancient ethics are a little all over the place. But today we are talking about the similarities between the cause and effect in the play… 130 more words