The cultural connect

Celebrating 50 years of existence, the National Centre for the Performing Arts is projecting itself as a philosophy, not just a venue
Firdaus Gandavia

Vibrant brush strokes of five hues converge in number 50 to create the new logo of the National Centre for the Performing Arts (NCPA). The symbol marks the five decades of colorful culture offered by the five theaters on the premises to Bombayites. As part of its 50th year celebration, a 10-day festival has been envisaged to "showcase NCPA as an interactive venue by encompassing performance arts from classical and folk to contemporary acts gathering a large pool of artists spread across theater, music, dance, films, visual art, food, poetry, photography… (to) allow the public to explore the NCPA as......

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