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With our hearts and roots in theatre, we create unique and memorable experiences with the utmost care and integrity.

WE ARE QTP

An evening at the theatre. For some, it is waiting in the foyer before the show, making conversations that are anything but small. Or measuring time in cups of chai. A spectator sport, all thrill and adrenaline. Or a personal journey, a moment of reflection. It’s all that and much more. Regardless of what it means to you, we’re your ticket to navigating the theatre scene in Bombay!

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THEATRE PROJECTS

Bringing alive a story that matters to us has always been the driving force of all our theatre work, be it producing our own plays, or touring international productions, or production managing some other plays.

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ARTS MANAGEMENT

We love designing experiences and building festivals, conferences from the ground up. We started with a theatre festival in 1999, and today, we work across the fields of literature, music, and dance festivals.

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CORPORATE PROJECTS

We bring lots of theatre and love to create unique product launches, or heartwarming corporate films, or curating a customised workshop for any organisation.

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DIGITAL PROJECTS

Digital events are the new norm, and we have a few tricks up our sleeves. From running online conferences to hosting webinars, or even creating theatre shows, on Zoom, Teams, Meets, or Webx, we’ve done it all.

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CURRENT THEATRE PRODUCTIONS

Khatijabai of Karmali Terrace

A Peasant of
El Salvador

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Every Brilliant Thing

A Peasant of El Salvador, coming after Project S.T.R.I.P. and So Many Socks, confirms QTP's position as one of the few socially conscious groups doing experimental theatre in Mumbai today.

Mumbai Mirror

"As theatre practitioners our focus is on making the present moment alive, meaningful, but are we thinking of the future?... Are we consciously creating
a future for our art or do we leave it to chance?" -
Pradeep Vaiddya

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