What are your plans for the weekend We hope it has something to do with performing arts. The ongoing Prithvi Theatre Festival (November 3-12) is something that should be on your things-to-do list for the weekend. The festival brings the best of theatre, music, western classical concert and various stagetalks by personalities like Kalki Koechlin, Sam Kerawala, Ramu Ramanathan and Mohan Agashe. Fans of theatre have reasons to rejoice because iconic play like Deewar and various productions with talents like Naseeruddin Shah, Ratna Pathak Shah and other prominent theatre artists.
Prithvi Theatre Festival 2018 will also host 'Come Alive with Ragas and Rainbows' (November 10), a platform where representatives of various languages will come together under one platform to showcase poetry, music and dance.
In a world of digital platforms, it is easy to overlook the old theatre tradition. Prithvi Theatre has succesfully kept the allure of the good old theatre alive and in what grand way Fans of theatre, if you have missed a few days of the festival, do not lose heart for the end is going to be even better. It has got to be a fun thing to do to watch a play or ten at one of Mumbai&rsquos best known theatres. Go and see the magic that is Indian theatre.