Theatre Training

Theatre Professionals: gives actors an opportunity to engage with performance from a completely new perspective.

The most comprehensive actor training and theatre making workshop in the country. A teaching collaboration by: Sankar Venkateswaran, Prabhat Bhaskaran, H. Tomba, Daniel Goldman.

3 Weeks | 4 Highly Experienced Instructors | 8am-6pm | Voice | Movement | Acting
and a chance to create a showcase presentation at the end.


Train and collaborate with highly experienced instructors from across the World.
Develop your body, voice and imagination for performance.
Explore and build your performance range and vocabulary.
Experience new ways of theatre making.
Create a piece of theatre for a public showing.

Instructors:
Voice training: H.Tomba (Kalakshetra Manipur)
Movement Training: Prabhath Bhaskaran (Thrissur School of Drama, University of Hyderabad)
Acting Instructor: Sankar Venkateswaran (Artistic Director Theatre Roots and Wings, TTRP Singapore, Thrissur School of Drama)
Director and Theatre maker:Daniel Goldman (Artistic director of Tangram Theatre Company, Ecole Jacques Lecoq, Andamio 90 School of Dramatic Arts, Buenos Aires)


Fees : Rs. 15,000/-

Payment Options of paying in installments are available. A limited number of scholarship seats at a reduced fee are also available on a case by case basis.

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Send an up to date CV with all your performance related experience, along with a letter clearly articulating what you'd like to get out of this workshop.

idp@theatreprofessionals.co.in
For any queries, email us, or call 9321595159.

Five Senses, Five Elements
Children’s theatre workshop
Children between 6-12 years of age are eligible for participation.

This workshop gets children to engage more deeply with the five senses and the five elements of nature, each day dealing with a particular sense and element. The workshop focuses on the sense of touch and the element earth, developing the children’s understanding of their own bodies, and the various factors that contribute to the welfare and destruction of the earth. Developing the child’s inner ear, sensitivity to sound and music, sense of taste through different types of food and drinks, techniques in voice modulation, sense of sight to engage children in improvisations related to the image, shadow, reflection, etc. will also be dealt with.


Shivani Tibrewala, writer-director-producer, heads the theatre group No License Yet and will conduct this workshop.

Venue: NCPA, Sea View Room
Date: 16th to 20th May
Timing: 10.00 am to 2.00 pm
Please contact: Shivani Tibrewala on 9320291157 or email: info@nolicenseyet.com


Preserving My Planet
Children’s theatre workshop
Children between 6-12 years of age are eligible for participation.

This is a unique five-day workshop designed to sensitise children to the environment through the medium of theatre and storytelling. The children will be appointed “Planet Preservers” in a solemn ceremony wherein they will be imbued with a sense of responsibility towards their planet. They will be introduced to the elements and processes of nature and various phenomena of nature. They will also learn paper crafts and the importance of recycling. On the last day, they will plant a sapling and take a pledge to care for the environment. At the end of the workshop, the kids will put up a play for their parents, which they will write, direct and produce themselves.


Shivani Tibrewala, writer-director-producer, heads the theatre group No License Yet and will conduct this workshop.

Venue: NCPA, Sea View Room
Date: 23rd to 27th May
Timing: 10.00 am to 2.00 pm
Please contact: Shivani Tibrewala on 9320291157 or email: info@nolicenseyet.com


The Make-A-Difference (M.A.D.) Theatre Workshops

Brought to you by Poor-Box Productions – credited with The Vagina Monologues, Shirley Valentine, Art, Kissa Yoni Ka and I Am an Emotional Creature – this workshop is a must for anyone interested in theatre or who wishes to enhance their confidence and performance skills in the public and private spheres.

The workshop will also be used towards finding potential collaborators for exciting upcoming productions by Poor-Box Productions.

The Introduction to Performing Arts Workshop will focus on core performance techniques, improvisation, monologue preparation and personal writing for theatre. From movement and voice exercises to script analysis and creating a character, participants will be given the tools that are not just useful in the performing arts, but also in other public, professional and private spheres of life. Students will also work on creating their own short plays which will be performed at the end of the workshop.

The workshop will be completely hands-on, with a lot of individual attention and group work. Areas covered include theatre games, creating a role, vocal and breathing techniques, relaxation and energising, script and character analysis, movement, dance, amongst others.

The workshops are offered by Mahabanoo Mody-Kotwal and Dr. Kaizaad Kotwal

The M.A.D. workshop is open to all over age 16. To enroll and for cost and other details please call 9773882592 or email madworkshops@yahoo.com or kaizaadkotwal@yahoo.com


Venue: NCPA, Sea View Room
Date: 14th & 15th May and 21st & 22nd May
Timing: 10.00 am to 6.00 pm



SHORT & SWEET WORKSHOP:
6 to 8 May 2011
PL Deshpande Complex
Playwriting
Directing
Acting
Performance

To register and for more details contact iradubey@gmail.com