Theatre has a rich history in Bangladesh. Like many other art forms, it combines social commentary and dialogue with skilful acting and narratives to reach audiences. With the advent of various entertainment platforms and given Bangladesh's limited approach to performative arts, theatre has progressed, but still has a long way to go to overcome multiple obstacles standing in its way.
The letter was sent to Liaquat Ali Lucky, Chairman, Group Theatre Federation, earlier on April 13, which has been revealed today to the media.
With Eid just around the corner, it has been anticipated that a total of nine films would be released on the occasion.
The book behind the Oscar-winning adaptations, and books about the history of the award
The six-episode series is the first spin-off from "Bridgerton", set in Regency London and whose first series became a global phenomenon when it was released in late 2020.
On Tuesday, nominees for the Ishrat Nishat Natya Puraskar were announced at a press conference in Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy.
‘Nil Chhaya' connects the Indigo Revolt to the oppressions faced by present day garment factory workers in Bangladesh.
I found myself looking for him beyond the pages of Elias's novel, among the old men who beg on the streets of Dhaka, or in the madman lying on the footpath, trying to say something in a huff or lost in a hallucination on the open road.
What makes theatre good, bad or even deadly? I thought I knew the answer to this tricky question. I had a valid ground for this belief because more than thirty years ago, the pre-eminent playwright of Bangladesh,
This writing celebrates how Bangladesh has practised a ‘disturbingly relevant’ legacy of William Shakespeare through a testimonial of Aly Zaker, a phenomenal figure in the cultural arena of the country.
In an intimate ceremony held at the Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy on December 4, national award-winning dancer, choreographer, and stage performer Kajol Ibrahim launched her memoir, Nritte Gantha Kotha Mala, published by Ramon Publishers.
After the success of his last theatrical production, Rizwan, legendary theatre director Syed Jamil Ahmed's latest production, Jibon O
Shunyan Repertory Theatre's applauded monologue Lal Jomin is based on the struggle of a woman during the liberation war in 1971 and it's aftermath.
Theatre and Performance Studies Department of Dhaka University in association with British Council, staged theatrical production “Shakespeare Shoptok” at British Council on April 23 and 24 evening.
Theatre troupe Padatik Natya Sangsad will stage their new production “Kaal Ratri” at the National Theatre Hall of Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy on January 8.
The cultural scenario in Bangladesh, particularly theatre was vibrant in the year. With an overwhelming number of plays and festivals, Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy (BSA) was abuzz throughout 2015.
The 10th edition of Dhaka University Central Annual Theatre Festivalbegan at the Teacher-Student Centre (TSC) of the university...
Theatre was popular actress Farzana Chumki's stepping stone to the small screen.
War criminals of the country -- who carried out atrocities during the Liberation War, should never be forgiven. If we show any sign of sympathy to them, ultimately we will show disregard to our liberation heroes, said Minister for Cultural Affairs Asaduzzaman Noor at Rajshahi University on Wednesday.