The Contributions Of Quasar Thakore To The Theatre World

Quasar Thakore’s Gift To Theatre

Quasar Thakore is one of the most renowned names in Indian theatre. The artist was born in the year 1978 on the 20th of August. He is the son of the legendary theatrical artists, Dolly Thakore and Alyque Padamsee. Quasar is only known to take this legacy ahead and we just can’t stop gushing on and on about his works. Quasar has completed his education in English Literature from St. Xavier’s College in Mumbai.

He started his career with following in his father’s footsteps as an adman. He then went on to start his own theatre company called QTP. Since 1999, Quasar has produced and directed over 20 full plays with his company QTP. He seems to have a lot of expertise in the stage world, since he has worked as a lighting designer and a stage manager too. The artist has also been the assistant director for Tim Supple’s Midsummer Night’s Dream, which was sensational all across the globe. The theatrical pioneer has directed some phenominal plays such as Minorities, Acid, A View From The Stage, All My Sons, and not to forget, The Urban Burden. All of these plays were not only well known across the country, but also around the globe. So much, that fans flew from other countries just to watch the plays live.

We hope to see many more artists like Quasar Thakore to emerge from the theatre world and contribute to other fields as well. Stay tuned with us for more such updates on your favourite celebs.

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