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Tracing the Student Theatre Culture in Manipal

The second edition of the ‘Manipal International Literature and Arts Platform’ (MILAP) literature festival begins tomorrow on September 6 at the TMA Pai Halls in Manipal. This year, MILAP comprises a series of events that spans various genres, languages and unique art forms, with a...

A ‘Double Bill’ of tears and laughter

Manipal: Aaina Dramatics, the dramatics club of Manipal Institute of Technology (MIT) held its first center-stage production for the semester, Double Bill that comprised of two plays, “Bali and Shambu” and “The Outlaws” at the MIT Library Auditorium here on August 20. Directed by Saman...

Kurosawa’s Rashomon re-created on stage

Engulfing the ambience with live music and fire, Absolute Dramatics Addiction (ADA) in association with BeTaal staged ‘Rashomon’ directed by Abhinav Grover, a theatre artist and an alumnus of MIT. Performed at the TMA Pai Park Amphitheatre on April 8, the play was a Yakshagana...

Aaina showcases the “unheard” voices of Kashmir

Manipal: The dramatics club of Manipal Institute of Technology (MIT), Aaina, showcased a Hindi play in the library auditorium on February 3, being the first one produced of its kind. The play, “Ansuni-The Unheard Voices” was based on the struggle for freedom of Kashmir and about...