Biography Theatre & Performance Art Books

Dancing Bare

Dancing Bare is the light-hearted memoir of Rigby, an impossibly innocent young man, swaps the suffocating confines of middle class New Zealand for love and liberation in nineteen-sixties London and Europe. Revelling in the freedom conferred by anonymity, he becomes an actor, stripper, rent boy, lover, teacher and dedicated traveller through Europe, North Africa and the Middle East, where travellers were uncommon and countries still retained many of the differences that made travelling so interesting. Rigby meets with a wide variety of people, life styles and customs, eventually settling in Paris where the state did not consider his sexuality to be a criminal offence. A moving and amusing story of hope and love, sex and sexuality, theatrical showmanship and artless innocence, laced with a little philosophical speculation as he wanders the world in pursuit of true love.

City D.J.

Oscar was a very boring teen until he discovered the art of being a D.J. He started out small with his friends at school, then worked his way up to the Palladium in London. Along the way, he has a family and tragedy, but overcomes in the end, to, 'be somebody'.

Ajay Devgn: Mr. Consistent Of Bollywood

With a career spanning 3 decades, Ajay Devgn has come a long way in Bollywood. He is still going great guns, and there are all chances that we are yet to see the very best of him on screen. He has only refined himself with age, and from the days of Phool Aur Kaante and Dilwale to the very recent Baadshaho and Golmaal Again, he has convincingly played an eclectic range of characters.

Consistency has been his hallmark, both in terms of acting as well as the box office performance of his movies. An ardent devotee of Lord Shiva, Ajay also did a movie called Shivaay last year, which did reasonably well despite being caught in the demonetization wave. He definitely knows how to choose good roles and films, and who can forget his spectacular role-play in the suspense-filled movie, Drishyam?