Inquilab Zindabad

Choreographer Joti Singh reflects on her own familial connections to Ghadar history,  staged recently in her production "Red, Saffron, and Green."

A Matter of Words

Gurpreet Kaur Bhatti's Bhezti causes an uproar in the Sikh community, pitting free speech against religious tolerance. But are blasphemy laws the answer?

Stories of Joy, Sorrow, and Transformation

Andolan members creatively organize around the exploitation of South Asian low-wage women workers through theatre. Through five poignant monologues, Sukh aur Dukh ki Kahani transforms the portrayal of domestic workers as passive victims into agents of change through storytelling.

Breaking Through Unnatural Borders

Theatre spoken word artist, YaliniDream, explores truth, spirituality, activism, gender, sexuality, love and Sri Lanka. Her stage presence is at once a resounding cry for action and a soulful prayer for all things lost. Rarely without politicized intentions, her work, nevertheless finds room for reverie. She sat with art critic Natasha Bissonauth to discuss her views on inter-disciplinary art and collaboration as they relate to her political dreams for a different Sri Lanka.

Taking it to the Streets

The Activist Theatre of Ngugi WaThiong'o and Safdar Hashmi

Hybrid and Alive

An Interview with Pianist Vijay Iyer

Once Upon a Time in Hoxton

What it means to be Asian and Made in England

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