Theatre Training

Kalaripayattu workshop
This workshop is an introduction to Kalaripayattu for beginners as well as a practice session for basic techniques, body balance exercises, kicks, self defence techniques.
We seek to preserve and endorse the virtues of traditional Kalaripayattu martial arts by Master Belraj who is practisioner of this form since last 20 - 25 years.

Our mission is to popularize Kalaripayattu and provide easy accessibility to the common man.

Dates: 6th to 15th June

Morning Batch:-
Time: 7.15 to 8.45 a.m.
Address: Ravindra Natya Mandir, 3rd floor, Bharatnatyam Hall, Behind Siddhivinayak Temple, Prabhadevi.

Evening Batch:-
Time: 7.15 to 8.45 p.m.

Address: P. A. Mhatre Sports Academy, Near Rutumbara College, Near to Juhu Shopper's Stop, Juhu Circle, N.A. Ahuja Road, Andheri(West),Mumbai - 400049.

For more details, Contact Mandar on 9867454062 / 9930972264

Little Leaders
Children’s theatre workshop
Children between 6-12 years of age are eligible for participation.

As existing structures of leadership come tumbling down around the world, and new systems are set up in their place, the world is redefining what it needs, wants and expects in a leader. This workshop seeks to imbibe lasting leadership values in children that will mould them into tomorrow’s leaders. Drawing on examples from famous personalities like Gautam Buddha, Kabir, the Dalai Lama, Mother Teresa, Mahatma Gandhi, Dr Ambedkar, Nelson Mandela, Rabindranath Tagore, William Shakespeare, Helen Keller, Joan of Arc and Anne Frank among others, the workshop will introduce children to the challenges of being leaders in all contexts, through a series of role-play and various theatre games.

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

Venue: NCPA, Sea View Room
Date: Saturday 18th June
Timing: 10.00 am to 2.00 pm
Please contact: Shivani Tibrewala on 9320291157 or email:

The Sound of Music Workshop
Children’s theatre workshop

As one of the best acting academies in Mumbai, RaĆ«ll Padamsee’s Academy for Creative Expression (ACE) for children between four and twelve years of age, has been committed to developing children’s acting skills for over 15 years. ACE uses innovative techniques in developing their speaking skills, creative thinking, self-esteem, confidence and social interaction.

After the immensely successful The Sound of Music presented at the NCPA this year, parents expressed a strong desire to have their children attend a workshop based on this much-loved musical. This will encourage children to engage with the songs and story of a young postulant and her love for music.

Through this workshop, children will discover themselves through improvisations, climb out of their shells through theatre games, stretch their vocal cords through song and perform like never before, through acting.

Please contact Ace Productions on 2284 2845 – 8 or Email:

Venue: NCPA, Sea View Room
Date: 1st to 5th June
Timing: 11am to 1pm