Attention, all you theatre enthusiasts; the wait is over!
We are back with another edition of our Weekend Acting Programme. Read on for details.
Dates: 28th,29th May, 4th,5th,11th,12th,18th,19th June 2016
Time: 8:00 am to 12:00 pm
Venue: 5th floor, Mumbai Marathi Sahitya Sangh, Kele Wadi, Dr. Bhalerao Marg, Girgaon, Charni Road East, Mumbai 400004.
About the Instructor:
[MA (Acting) East 15 Acting School, U.K.]
Padma Damodaran, a former business journalist, wears many hats. She is an actor, choreographer, writer, and trainer. She was the Programme Head for Professional Training and Development at Theatre Professionals. Her work on the Intensive Drama Program 2012, was seminal in preparing the programme for The Drama School, Mumbai.
She has been nominated as Best Supporting Actress in 2008 and 2013 for Rumi: Unveil the Sun and Q Theatre Productions’s So Many Socks respectively, at the Mahindra Excellence in Theatre Awards (META). She currently acts in Manav Kaul’s Colour Blind, Jaimini Pathak’s The Boy Who Stopped Smiling and Yuki Ellias’s Charge. Recently, she donned the Director’s hat for Somethings Simple’s Given which was performed at Writers’ Bloc 4.
Who can do it: The workshop is open to all non-practising theatre enthusiasts, who want to use theatre techniques in their respective areas of profession.
4 weekends of rigorous training to discover the craft of acting
Develop confidence, self expression, and communication skills
Define goals and focus on them.
Learn more about yourself, your environment and others around you.
Think outside the box, solve problems creatively, and most importantly, learn to take action.
TO APPLY: Send your CV and a cover letter stating why would you like to do this workshop on firstname.lastname@example.org.
* Do not hesitate to apply because of fees. We have options for those with genuine financial difficulties.