The Script, Edition 1 - January 2012



Hello one and all. We'd like to wish all 'The Script' reader a very happy new year!!!

The Christmas celebrations for Indian Theatre was a sombre affair. Theatre legend and icon Shri Satyadev Dubey passed away Christmas morning. He was 75 years old. This month's edition is dedicated in his honour.

But Dubeyji would always want the show to go on, this January brings a flury of new plays. Writers Bloc 3 brings 12 brand new productions that will be showcased at the Prithvi and NCPA beginning on the 9th of January. Check out the Facebook page by Clicking Here


Also check our Other Theatre News Section on still being a part of this edition of Writers Bloc and how you can be a part of the next edition.   

On the QTP front, we're still taking stock of the phenomenal success of Thespo 13. Also the Great Text reading is back on the 30th of January.
 
Our last month's quiz question was: Who is the inspiration behind the Thespo Statuetter?
The correct answer is: Christopher Samuel.
A whopping 75% got it right!! Well done!!

In this month's edition of 'The Script', Here's what you can look forward to this month:

Trivia Time
: Shri Satyadev Dubey
Great Text
: We're back!!! Come read a play with us.
Thespo 13: The results are in!!!!!!!!!!!!
Thespo at Prithvi: We return and we present the award winning 'Ek Don Adhich'
Point of View: Ishani Chatterji reviews Gillo's 'Kyu Kyu Ladki'.
4 Corners
: Divyesh Vijayakar profiles Rage Theatre's 'Young Writers Workshop'.

Dolly Thakore's 'Life in Theatre': Dolly Thakores remembers Satyadev Dubey. 
AK's Various Thoughts: The best plays of 2011.
Q's Countdown: Q shares 10 'Thespo 13' moments.
Up & Coming: Complete Schedule of what to watch in January.
Theatre Training
: 5 Writers Bloc Workshop and Raell Padamsee's 'Weekend with the Wiz' wokshop.
Other Theatre News
: META 2012 Registration, Writers Bloc Short Play Competition and Details on next edition of Writers Bloc.

Curtain Call: Tweets tributing Shri Satyadev Dubey.

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