Girija is an owner of many ‘firsts’ in Koodiyattam
Veenapani Chawla was an actor, director, choreographer, writer and composer and is a name to reckon with in experimental contemporary theatre in the country. Born of…
Kapila Venu in conversation with India Art Review’s Aroma Warsi. In a candid and insightful conversation, the young practitioner of Kerala’s ancient theatre of Sanskrit plays, opens up on the art, politics and heritage of Koodiyattam and how she’s evolved as a student and exponent of the complex, enchanting theatre form. Tune in.
The book explores Kudiyattam as a phenomenon and the triangular relationship among the ways of doing of the performers, the ways of seeing of the audience…
Milena Salvini, the famous artist of Kearala’s classical theatre forms.
A new, systematic teaching method evolved with the introduction of acting and facial expressions in Mohiniyattam.
How KP Narayana Pisharody’s Malayalam translation of Natya shastra rejuvenated the performing art forms of Kerala. Bharata Muni’s Natya Shastra, the age-old Sanskrit treatise and handbook on Dramaturgy,…
G Venu’s latest book ‘Arangilum, Munnilum Pinnilum’ is a deep exploration of the abhinaya guru’s artistic and instructional journey.
Nangiarkoothu artist has recently received Kalamandalam puraskaram for Koodiyattam.
Karthika Thirunal Balarama Varma’s Balaramabharatam is a valuable dance treatise based on the practices that were popular in Kerala during his rule.