Theatre Training


Summertime at Prithvi is Here!!

Registration forms are available from April 1st at all Summertime venues as below:

Prithvi Theatre (10 am to 6 pm)

Akshara High School, Kandivali West (10 am to 1 pm, closed Sundays)

Shishuvan School, Matunga C.R. (10 am to 1 pm, closed Sundays)

All Summertime details, including workshops, plays, venue addresses, telephone numbers, how to register, etc etc are also all up on our website ... please do visit us at


The Intensive Drama Program : A three-week theatre making workshop, conducted by extremely accomplished actors and directors with extensive international training. Participants will be trained in various aspects of theatre practice, such as voice and movement training, conditioning the body, actor training, rehearsals, and will ultimately be expected to apply these skills to create a piece of theatre. Instructors include eminent theatre practitioners - H.Tomba (Kalakshetra Manipur), Prabhath B. (Thrissur School of Drama, University of Hyderabad), Sankar V (TTRP Singapore) and Noushad M (NSD, University fo Calicut).

Dates: 17th May - June 5th 2010

Time: 8 am - 6 pm.

Venue: NCPA, Nariman Point.

For more information please come to our Information Session at Prithvi House on Tuesday, 13th April at 4:30 pm.

To apply, write to us with your detailed CV and a note stating what you hope to achieve from this course at You can call us on 9321595159. Seats limited to 24 participants, so APPLY NOW!


This April, for the first time in its history, the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA) will be hosting auditions in India for 2010 entry to the Academy.

Taking place in New Delhi and Mumbai, these auditions/interviews will provide the perfect opportunity for students interested in training as actors, stage managers or theatre technicians to meet LAMDA’s Vice-Principal and discover more about the exceptional range of vocational courses available at the Academy.

The training at LAMDA is vocational and no academic qualifications are required for entry. The Academy welcomes applications from all sections of the community, regardless of nationality, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexuality or disability. Its only prerequisite is that students must be at least 18 years old at the beginning of their course.

In April, LAMDA will be auditioning for places on its Three Year Acting Course, Two Year Acting Course, Two Year Stage Management & Technical Theatre Course, One Year Classical Acting Course, Single Semester Classical Acting Course and Eight Week Shakespeare & His Contemporaries Course.

For more information about any of these courses or to register for an audition, prospective students are advised to visit LAMDA’s website at or to email

For further information on the Academy, please contact Sarah-Jane Chapman in LAMDA’s Press Office on