The NCPA beckons you to start New Year on a nostalgic note with ‘Yesterday Once More’ (Experimental Theatre on 7th January, at 7.00 pm), featuring songs from the Golden Age of pop – by the Carpenters, Barbra Streisand, Dionne Warwick amongst others.
CITI-NCPA Aadi Anant: From Here to Eternity (Tata Theatre on 8th January at 6.30 pm) brings you eminent Carnatic vocalist TM Krishna. Catch an online NCPA-Citi Music Workshop on ‘Understanding Intricacies of the Nadsadhana’ (15th January at 11.30 am). Malavika Sarukkai will delight audiences with Bharatanatyam performance, ‘Apaha’ – an ode to water’s multiple forms (Experimental Theatre, on 15th & 16th January at 6:30 pm). NCPA re-launches ‘Pratibimb Marathi Natya Utsav’, from 21st – 23rd January at multiple venues. Pratibimb reflect vibrant traditions of theatre in Maharashtra and will feature plays and satires like Adhyaat Me Sadhyaat Tu Madhyaat and Mumbaiche Kawale; discussions between theatre legends; and Sangeet Devbabhali comprising old and new ‘abhangas’.
Don’t miss ‘The Devil Wears Bataa’, a fictitious comedy about the all-powerful seat in politics (Tata Theatre on 16th January at 7:00 pm). An illustrated talk on the topic Radha by Eminent art historian Dr. BN Goswamy shares an illustrated talk on ‘Radha’ (Experimental Theatre on 12th January at 5.30 pm).
For details, call: +91 22 66223754 / 66223724 [www.ncpamumbai.com]