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This year's OLD WORLD THEATRE FESTIVAL features more contemporary and experimental plays than ever before.

The prestigious Old World Theatre Festival (OWTF) returns to New Delhi for its 17th edition this week. Set to showcase 15 plays over nine days, the OWTF will open with one of the oldest Sanskrit theatre traditions, Kutiyattam. Later, it will showcase experimental contemporary theatre, including original

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