VDB – one of Bangalore’s premier real estate companies – is privileged to be associated with Jagriti. At VDB, we take pride in the fact that we are, like the theatre, transparent in our motives, completely open to our audience and encouraging of young talent.Learn more
Talks and presentations from people who have made a significant contribution to the community.
Jagriti has limited on-site parking. Once our parking lot is full, you may park at Sigma Tech Park for Rs.50. It is about 300m down the road on the same side as the theatre. Please allow at least 20 minutes to park and walk back to the theatre. Unless stated otherwise, all our Tuesday-Saturday shows [...]Learn more
The Shankar Mahadevan Academy believes in the performing arts as a mode of self-expression for every child. The Academy nurtures and helps each child find their own modes of self expression. Jagriti’s children’s production of The Selfish Giant is a great opportunity for us to show our support to this belief. The Academy is very proud [...]Learn more
Jagriti Education and Training (JET) introduces its intensive Theatre Arts Program for children. The course comprises five modules on different aspects of performance, and has been designed to provide a comprehensive approach to stage performance. Assessment Each candidate will be required to attend a minimum of three modules (subject to availability) in order to be [...]Learn more
Based on the short story of the same name written by Oscar Wilde, The Selfish Giant is an enchanting sung-through musical written especially for children. The production will include live music, movement and dance, and will be performed by children.Learn more
A double bill starting with a performance by Sunaad led by Tara Kini followed by the progressive electronic jazz band Food featuring Thomas Stronen, Ian Bellamy and Prakash Sontakke. Dr. R B Sontakke and Dr. Mani Sontakke have been great music educators of Hindustani vocal and instrumental music, having mentored hundreds of students across the globe, [...]Learn more
The play scams and deceives to the very end, while emphasising the truth repeatedly. The Shawl shows us a clairvoyant, John, confronted by a client, Miss A, concerned about whether she should contest her mother’s will. At John’s protege Charles’ insistence, John sets up a seance with the client, which leaves her, and us, guessing…Learn more
From a maid who doesn’t like cleaning to a doctor who needs healing to a cancer patient who won’t go to the hospital. All these characters and their stories will serve as fodder for THE PERFECT JOKE that our protagonist is looking for.
A comedy with a hint of madness. A 2005 Pulitzer prize finalist, and winner of the Susan Smith Blackburn prize in 2004.
From the team that brought you Some Times, a new romantic comedy, with a history. In this day and age, with stressful workplaces, dysfunctional families, changing values and the shadows cast by sins from the past, what chance of survival does a normal relationship stand?Learn more
Jan 22-24. Ranga Shankara presents ‘Bikhre Bimb’ (Broken Images) by Girish Karnad, translated by Padmavathi Rao
Girish Karnad captures the technological ramifications in a complex world that is losing sight of the private self. Arundhati Nag plays a fiesty writer who is caught between guilt and the desire for fame. A play in Hindi.Learn more
From the Blog
The cast of ‘The Selfish Giant’ with Mr Universe 2014, Balakrishna of Ramagondanahalli. Bala was at Jagriti on Sunday to speak at Close Encounter, our regular series of Sunday talks. Vivek Madan of Jagriti challenges Bala to a fight. Fat vs. muscle… The Fat Chef staff with Bala.Read more
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