The Script, October 2011 - Issue 10

Welcome to the October issue of The Script. This month sees the return of many old favourites. Akvarious Productions is back with 'Namak Mirch', T.Pot Productions with 'Kumbh Katha' and Makarand Deshpande brings back 'Karodo Mein Ek', among many others.

On the QTP front, we're busy as ever. The screening process for Thespo 13 takes up most of October. Thespo at Prithvi saw the return of 'Holi' and 'Confessions', and QTP is proud to announce its first International Project, 'Mind Walking' which is currently touring the UK and will be in India (Delhi, Bangalore and Bombay) in November. Not to forget our monthly Great Text reading!

Our last month's quiz question was:
Which dramatist said in 2004 that the subject of the Iraq war was “sitting in front of us like a great toad in the road”?
Well, we only got 2 replies (come on people!!!!), but both got it Wrong!
The correct answer was 'Christopher Hampton'
In this month's edition of 'The Script', here's what you can look forward to:

Trivia Time: Edinburgh Fringe
Great Text: We read Ron Hutchinson's Moonlight and Magnolias
Nostalgia Brand Chewing Gum: A round up of September shows.
The President is Coming: We came and conquered Prithvi. 
Mind Walking: Our first International Project!!
Thespo at Prithvi: Holi and Confessions return!!
Thespo 13: Screening Time!!
Friends of Thespo: Become one now!
Point of View: Priti Bakalkar reviews 'The Real Inspector Hound'
4 Corners:
Pia Sukanya's guide to navigating the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Dolly Thakore's 'Life in Theatre': Dolly Thakore shares her experiences at IPTA Competition for students.
AK's Various Thoughts: Catching Up and Looking forward.
Q's Countdown: Q counts 10 trained actors in Bombay Theatre.
Up & Coming: Complete Schedule of what to watch in October.
Theatre Training: Adishakti Workshop and Theatre Professionals' Workshop.
Theatre News: The 
Inlaks India Foundation Theatre Awards 2012.
Curtain Call: Robert Kemp says the words that give the Edinburgh Fringe its name.


Yours Sincerely,
On Behalf of Q Theatre Productions,
Himanshu.
Editor, The Script