Theatre Workshop – Interact, Improvise and Play

Improvisation, is a form of live theatre in which the plot, characters and dialogue of a game, scene or story are made from up in the moment.

With no script, the participants acting, directing themselves, writing the plot, and interacting with each other all at the same time without previous planning. It creates a perfect environment to laugh, learn, grow, and also letting go of judgement, fear, and you learn to live in the moment!

Improvisation is a fantastic tool to learn to react and respond to unexpected situations, and builds confidence and creative abilities.

We offer you a fun, exhilarating, and empowering session.

This is for anyone wanting to participate in dramatic improvisation with a group of friendly strangers and/or friends.

Everyone is welcome whatever your improvisational background or level of experience, the important thing is to have fun and express yourself through the fun, social and exiting medium of improve.

Facilitator’s Bio: Manoj

Manoj is a Director, writer, Theatre-in–education expert, story teller who wholly devoted to the exploration of roles played by the philosophies and methodologies of theatre in the formative aspects of the growth of children and young adults.

He has led many issue based Theatre workshops with students, teachers, principals, teacher trainees, parents, youth and employees.

In addition, have worked with institutions like National School of Drama, NTPC, S.C.E.R.T., BhartiyaVidyaBhawans, Naval Public School, S.D.Public School, AnandNikeytan School , Fun Republic (Ahmedabad), and NGO’s like CRY, Katha, Manzil, Mobile crèches, Rajeev Gandhi foundation, Zorba the Budda and many more.

Conducted month long theatre workshops for schools and organisations.

  • Wear loose and comfortable clothes

Dates: 7th & 14th December 2019

Timings: 5:15 PM – 7:30 PM

Dinner: 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Contact: Daksh +91 8929510220

Email: seek@zorbathebuddha.org

Please call between 9:30 AM – 5:30 PM IST

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