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The lights dim.

A hush falls over the auditorium.

The curtain rises.

Welcome to Nautanki.

Our performing arts theatre company takes you into a parallel world.

That unfolds on the stage, under spotlights.

On a thoughtfully crafted stage

Showcased by talented actors.


Friday, 28th April 2023

Riverside Theatre, Parramatta

5.00 pm AEST

Nautanki’s long awaited performance of Rudyard Kipling’s classic.

3rd & 4th November 2022

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charity, we rely on donations to put on productions.

Your donation will help us bring you the best

of South Asian theatre.

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Nautanki In The Media

Indian Link

The Jungle Book

Nautanki Theatre Company’s adaptation appears to be an allegory of multicultural Australia – about creating your own family where you are, and about embracing and celebrating differences that may exist.

Abby Gallagher Theatre Travels

The Jungle Book

An intriguing set design of scaffolding, ramps, aerial silks, a tyre swing and a trapeze waited behind a large rope netting draped in front, evoking the sense of watching an animal display at the local zoo. The cast milling about on the equipment only incited my enthusiasm. Our key players were beautifully diverse, not only in terms of cultural backgrounds, but age and body types.


Ten Years to Home

“A play written for the first-generation South Asian migrants, telling a story that relates to most of the diasporas in Australia is a rare theatrical phenomenon. Sonal Moore’s Ten Years to Home is a common story of an Indian couple Vasant and Rushi migrating to Australia, told rarely on Australian stage.”

Sponsorship Opportunities

We are looking for partnerships with businesses and organisations that share our passion for performing arts.
Let’s work together to bring stories and talent onto the stage.  Get in touch, we’d love to hear from you.

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