Forum Theatre Workshops

09.30 AM - 04.30 PM

Scrapyard - The Theatre
23, Gujarat Society, Opp Red Cross Blood Bank, Nr. Suvidha shopping complex, Paldi, Ahmedabad, India 380007.

With Tickets : 550/-

Workshop Fees : 1100/- (Special discount for RANGAYAN students)

For more details contact : +91 8320873511

2018-12-29 09:30:00 2018-12-30 16:30:00 Asia/Kolkata Forum Theatre Workshops

“We all must do theatre. To find out who we are and to discover who we could be.” quoted by The Pioneer of Forum Theatre Augusto baul a Revolutionary Theatre Artist & Cultural activist from Brazil.

Forum Theatre is a platform where Actor and Spectator comes on the same stage and talk about the real issues of the society and try to find the best possible solutions.

Utopia Comm’unique’ations in association with scrapyard brings
a Day Workshop for non-Actors & a Day Workshop for Actors on Forum Theatre.

Workshop Mentor: Pritesh Sodha & Team.

About Mentor :
Pritesh Sodha is an acclaimed theatre Actor, Director, Producer, Light designer and has a lot of plays to his credit, like ‘Kanji no K’, Pramay, Manchha, NaniMaa, Dear Father to name a few.
He has ample of training experience and is a visiting faculty at SVKM Center for performing arts for forum Theatre. Further, he is an empanelled consultant with People Addeco for using theatre for corporate and has conducted workshops for listed Institutions.

WORKSHOP DETAILS,

For Non-Actors,
Theatre THERAPY
Date: Saturday, 29th December, 2018
Timings : 9:30 AM to 2:00 PM (Including Tea break)

for Actors,
ACT-REACT-INTERACT
Date: Sunday, 30th December, 2018
Timings : 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM (with Lunch & Tea breaks)

We at SCRAPYARD are planning to bring a FORUM THEATER PERFORMANCE every month with the participants.

Hurry as there are limited Seats only.

Source: Facebook.

Scrapyard - The Theatre
23, Gujarat Society, Opp Red Cross Blood Bank, Nr. Suvidha shopping complex, Paldi, Ahmedabad, India 380007.

Creativeyatra.com info@creativeyatra.com

“We all must do theatre. To find out who we are and to discover who we could be.” quoted by The Pioneer of Forum Theatre Augusto baul a Revolutionary Theatre Artist & Cultural activist from Brazil.

Forum Theatre is a platform where Actor and Spectator comes on the same stage and talk about the real issues of the society and try to find the best possible solutions.

Utopia Comm’unique’ations in association with scrapyard brings
a Day Workshop for non-Actors & a Day Workshop for Actors on Forum Theatre.

Workshop Mentor: Pritesh Sodha & Team.

About Mentor :
Pritesh Sodha is an acclaimed theatre Actor, Director, Producer, Light designer and has a lot of plays to his credit, like ‘Kanji no K’, Pramay, Manchha, NaniMaa, Dear Father to name a few.
He has ample of training experience and is a visiting faculty at SVKM Center for performing arts for forum Theatre. Further, he is an empanelled consultant with People Addeco for using theatre for corporate and has conducted workshops for listed Institutions.

WORKSHOP DETAILS,

For Non-Actors,
Theatre THERAPY
Date: Saturday, 29th December, 2018
Timings : 9:30 AM to 2:00 PM (Including Tea break)

for Actors,
ACT-REACT-INTERACT
Date: Sunday, 30th December, 2018
Timings : 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM (with Lunch & Tea breaks)

We at SCRAPYARD are planning to bring a FORUM THEATER PERFORMANCE every month with the participants.

Hurry as there are limited Seats only.

Source: Facebook.

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Upcoming Workshops

Doodle On Plate

Doodling along with being a great relaxing exercise, helps to improve one’s artistic skills and brings out the creative side. In this workshop let your hands do the thinking and create gorgeous doodles on ceramic plates. Workshop Details : – The workshop will give you an idea about what doodle art is and how to make doodles on a plate. -You’ll also learn to seal the art work and fix hooks to hang it on your walls. – You will get 2 plates to take at home. Note : Please carry a sketch book and your basic stationary like pencils, pens, erasers, sharpener, etc. Source : Facebook.

2019-07-05 15:00:00 2019-07-05 18:00:00 Asia/Kolkata Doodle On Plate

Doodling along with being a great relaxing exercise, helps to improve one’s artistic skills and brings out the creative side. In this workshop let your hands do the thinking and create gorgeous doodles on ceramic plates.

Workshop Details :
– The workshop will give you an idea about what doodle art is and how to make doodles on a plate.

-You’ll also learn to seal the art work and fix hooks to hang it on your walls.

– You will get 2 plates to take at home.

Note : Please carry a sketch book and your basic stationary like pencils, pens, erasers, sharpener, etc.

Source : Facebook.

pH Designs
2nd floor, Pratharna Complex, Nr Induben khakhra vala, Girish Cold Drinks, C.G Road, Ahmedabad, India 380009

Creativeyatra.com info@creativeyatra.com

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