The Script, September 2009, Issue 9

Dear Drama lover,

September is here and so are the rains it would seem! The Ganpati drums have subsided but it looks like they have given birth to an army of new plays that are debuting over the next few months. For more details on all the new happenings take a peek into our 4 Corners section.

This month also sees the return of some old favourites. Feroz Abbas Khan makes a return with his brilliant 'Salesman Ramlal' and hilarious 'All the Best', while Akvarious, easily the most prolific theatre company in Bombay is back with 'All About Women', and Rage returns with a bouquet of their work.


September promises to be a roller coaster for us at QTP. We open a new play, our second this year. Some Girl(s), directed by Nadir Khan, premieres on the 26th & 27th of September at the NCPA Experimental. We hope to see you there.
In Thespo land things are hotting up with the last date for play registrations for Thespo 11 being the 10th of September.


Here's what we are carrying in this month's edition of The Script. Click on any of them or navigate your way through the links on the right.

Trivia Time: Something magical happened at Prithvi Theatre this month.
QTP's New Play: All the details on Some Girl(s).
Thespo at Prithvi: A round up of September and what to look forward to in November.
Thespo 11: How you can get involved in India's most exciting theatre festival.
Great Texts: What are we going to read next month?
Point of View: Dolly Thakore reviews Divya Palat's A Personal War, that just returned from the Edinburgh Fringe.
4 Corners: Himanshu Sitlani tells you what to look forward to on the Bombay theatre scene in the next few months.
AK's Various Thoughts: Thespo memories, Swine Flew and other random thoughts from Akarsh's brain.
Up & Coming: Complete schedule of what to catch in September.
Great Stuff: Workshops, playwright's conference and more.
Curtain Call: Mary Pickford tells us what the purpose of theatre is.

Thank You,

Yours Sincerely,
On Behalf of Q Theatre Productions,
Himanshu.

Editor, The Script.