Summarizing Theatre and the Coronavirus: a video lecture by Rustom Bharucha

When I think about the pandemic, it usually revolves around the students my age, the teachers involved in the process, and further trying to relate to my family and friends on how they are coping with the pandemic. When I was introduced to the video lectures ‘Theatre and the Coronavirus’, it was altogether a new topic, a fresh prospect. Even before viewing the videos, I had an eagerness, and excitement, about the knowledge they will offer. Continue reading Summarizing Theatre and the Coronavirus: a video lecture by Rustom Bharucha

Understanding inhabitations and emotions on the site

After the selection of the site, the aim was to analyze the site in terms of emotional association. It is very different from the conventional methods of site analysis that I have followed throughout my architecture college. It was usually confined to the physical aspects of the site, without ever considering the inhabitation. Continue reading Understanding inhabitations and emotions on the site

A place for performance during the pandemic…

So, the conversations comprised five sessions, with three panelists for each session. These panelists have been associated with theatre as performers, teachers, entrepreneurs, dramaturgs, etc. They understand the working behind the performance and through the performance, so they were able to discuss the transitions, both positive and negative, throughout the Pandemic. Continue reading A place for performance during the pandemic…