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
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
From July to end-Oct/early Nov In collaboration with the Trinity College of Music and Drama, London, Jagriti offers certified courses in Speech and Drama, Performance Arts and Communication Skills for Children. Trained and practicing resource persons will facilitate a four-month preparatory course for the exam where students will receive comprehensive training [...]Learn more
How well dost thou know thy Shakespeare? Apart from Julius Ceaser, Romeo and Juliet, Hamlet and A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
Here’s a chance for the whole family to have fun at a Quiz, Bone up on Billy, all about Shakespeare.
May 17-Jun 1. Jagriti’s Kids Carnival – Workshops, Performances & Lots of Excitement. Block Your Dates!
Jagriti announces the 2nd edition of it’s Kids Carnival – two weeks of workshops, unique performances and a play for children! We are overwhelmed and humbled by the response to our first Carnival. The Kids Carnival, 2014 will be bigger and better.Learn more
Following from the series on Dramaturgy, Jagriti now offers you (actor, playwright, audience member, student of literature), a chance to read and discuss a play as a great piece of writing, to read it as it exists on the page rather than experience it on the stage.Learn more
What do you think would happen if four puppets came to life in an empty auditorium and performed Romeo and Juliet – only this time they’re doing their own way”?Learn more
Apr 25, 26. Anya Theatre (Kolkata) presents ‘Choitali Rater Swapna (A Midsummer Night’s Dream)’ by William Shakespeare, translated into Bengali by Utpal Dutta
The play shows what can happen when the perceived structure of the outer world breaks down, and how separateness and stability of identity are lost. The play features three interlocking plots, connected by a celebration of the wedding of Duke Thesues and the Hippolyta, and set simultaneously in the forest, and in the realm of fairyland, under the light of the moon.Learn more
Apr 30-May 4. ‘Bharat, Blighty & the Bard (Shakespeare for Everyone)’, directed by Miranda Lapworth, UK
Why does this one man, born 450 years ago in an unremarkable little country town, still dominate the literary and theatrical world with his words? Shakespeare’s voice speaks for all of us and to all of us, whether of war or wooing, whether of law or love, whether of marriage or madness.Learn more
From the Blog
Jagriti closes it’s New Writing series with Deepika Arwind’s Nobody Sleeps Alone. Arwind writes in many genres, but this is her first play. Like so many other young playwrights, she has chosen to direct her work herself. I’m not sure why there is this growing trend of writer-directors, especially in a city like Bangalore that [...]Read more
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