Stage Impressions reviews The Dragon

Our annual production, “The Dragon” gets its first review by Vikram Phukan of Stage Impressions.

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The Weekend Acting Programme with Sudeep Modak

The Drama School, Mumbai presents it’s Weekend Acting Programme with Sudeep Modak

This is a four weekend workshop directed towards non-practicing theatre enthusiasts, who want to use theatre techniques in their respective professions.

Dates: 21st, 22nd March, 28th, 29th March, 4th, 5th April and 11th, 12th April
Time: 8am to 12noon
Venue: P. L. Deshpande Kala Academy (Ravindra Natya Mandir), Prabhadevi, Dadar-west, Mumbai

Send your CV and cover letter telling us why you want to do this workshop on info@thedramaschoolmumbai.in

Apply Now!

FSA & WAP Feb 2015


Enter The Dragon

Hindustan Times -HT Cafe Talks about The Drama School, Mumbai’s The Dragon.

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The Dragon by Evgeny Shvarts to be staged in Mumbai

Mid-Day talks about The Drama School, Mumbai’s The Dragon.

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The Trained Dragons

DNA After Hours talk about The Drama School, Mumbai’s The Dragon

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The Dragon is coming to meet the theatre connoisseurs

Lokmat talks about The Drama School, Mumbai’s The Dragon.

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The Dragon

Poster_The Drama School Mumbai's The Dragon

 

“The only way to keep dragons at bay is to keep one of our own”

A big, bad dragon has reigned over a town for 400 years and now has his eyes set on its loveliest maidens. Right on cue enters the knight in shining armor – a well-travelled young man who is on a mission to save the town and deliver the damsel from her tragic plight.
But there’s just one teeny tiny problem. They don’t want to be saved!

Banned by the Post-War Stalin government for its anti-authoritarian themes, Russian playwright Evgeny Shvarts’ biting satire is spun out of myth and lore.

Shvarts borrows from fairytales and folklore to put together a comic conundrum about power and oppression that helps us understand how we as people seem to continue to feed the head that bites.

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