For the past 23 years, RAGE has kept audiences all around the world entertained through productions such as I’m not Bajirao, A.R. Gurney’s Love Letters, Class of ’84, and Jesus Christ Superstar, among others.
RAGE’s journey started in 1992, with ‘Are There Tigers in the Congo?’ a powerful play on AIDS. From there on out, RAGE’s journey through Indian theatre has been an eventful one. The Rage trio - Rajit Kapur, Shernaz Patel and Rahul da Cunha, have since produced some of India’s most memorable productions - I’m not Bajirao, which ran for over a hundred shows and Class of ’84, which has completed over 200 performances, to name a few. The company has been running the Writers’ Bloc playwrights programme since 2002, known nationwide as the only new writing programme in the country which puts the playwright at the focal point of the theatre process. The project has worked with 32 playwrights from all across India to date and 32 new plays in different languages, all of which have been staged at the Writers’ Bloc festival, which began in 2004.
Nadir Khan has been actively involved with the theatre since 1998 as director, actor, producer, sound and light technician and stage manager. He is the co-founder of Q Theatre Productions and a partner in The Industrial Theatre Co. Nadir is also involved with radio drama in the UK and has, so far, line-produced and acted in a number of productions with BBC Radio 3 and 4, including the award winning A Suitable Boy and Q&A. In addition to the theatre, he has also been working in the radio industry in Mumbai since 2001 as a disc jockey, programmer, producer and voice-over professional.
Since the past 23 years, RAGE has kept audiences all around the world entertained. Through productions such as I’m not Bajirao, A.R. Gurney’s Love Letters, Class of ’84, Jesus Christ Superstar, Pune Highway, Girish Karnad’s Flowers, One On One, Me, Kash & Cruise, Chaos Theory, Mahua, Jaal, The Djinns Of Eidgah, The Bureaucrat and most recently - Tennessee Williams’ The Glass Menagerie, Rage has earned themselves a loyal fan following not only in India, but also in Amsterdam, Antwerp, Bonn, Dubai, South Korea, London, Malaysia, Muscat, Singapore, Sri Lanka and the USA.