“A part of India’s soul resides in South Africa as a revered part of our national life” – Nelson Mandela Cape of Good Hope -  an idyllic moment “South Africa is not like Africa”, said a fellow traveler from Eastern Europe.

  With the D-day for ‘Chains’ - my new production, coming around in just about two months, the level of activity for the artistic direction turns frenetic.  Nothing new in that one; the (now) famous ‘Dance of Doubt’ from the ‘The

These quiet moments become choreography The journey of creating content-centric productions has brought me a long way.  From the hesitant steps in 'Music Within' , content flirting with the abstract in 'Soul Cages', bold, bright strokes of black, white, and grey

Click Here For Video My first realisation as I drove down from the Beijing International Airport to my hotel was that China does indeed have more people than India! The city was packed, lines everywhere, whether it be a visit to

March 9, 2014 Rehearsal in the morning of the show at the auditorium The children learning the mudra (hand gesture) for 'Prophet' The Birla Auditorium, Jaipur - a sight to behold! Four productions, sixteen countries, fifty cities and over a hundred shows

  'The Prophet' in Bangalore, Oct 20, 2013   Our Experiments, Our Truths At the end of the Chennai performance of ‘The Prophet’, the music composer, Rajkumar Bharati, gave a short impromptu speech, where he commented on how he was challenged to stretch his

  Savitha Sastry in 'The Prophet' A blog so close in heels to an earlier blog – this is a first for us!  But, with our most ambitious show yet just around the corner, thoughts and ideas cross the minds of our

"My name is Ozymandias, King of Kings:Look on my works, ye mighty, and despair"It is strange that I validated my convictions thousands of miles away from where I formed them.   India - the country with centuries of artistic history