Young Monks : Theatre Training course for children

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  • 164/C/17 B Prince Anwar Shah Road. Kolkata
  • Young monks : Theatre training course for children We are delighted to launch a one year theatre training course for children. This course will touch upon various aspects of theatre including script writing, relationship between body and space, dramatics, movement , voice training, musicality, set design, etc. Designed and delivered by experienced and accomplished practitioners this theater program will end with a production and publication.
  • 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16
  • Co-Ed
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    The first batches starts in September 2018 at the following two (2) places: The Gandhi Seva Sangha, Lake Town , Kolkata. Classes will be held on Wednesday of the week. The timings are as follows : Ages 6 yrs – 10 yrs : 5 pm – 6: 00 pm Ages 11 yrs – 16 yrs : 6:30 pm – 8 pm Culture Monks , Lake Gardens : Dates and timings will be announced shortly. To register or to know more please call 8697919308.
    Learning objectives:
    To hone acting skills (voice, pronunciation, expressions) To facilitate the enhancement of creativity, spontaneity and imagination To encourage group work To increase awareness of immediate surroundings To inculcate sensitivity towards peers, elders and youngsters To develop acceptance and understanding of people who are different (in terms of gender, abilities, economic/social class, religion, region, language etc.)
    Facilitators’ Note:
    We look at theatre not just as an art, but as an approach to life. This workshop could be helpful in facilitating holistic development of the participants. In the weekly classes, the children would be encouraged to speak up and participate in activities. They would be motivated to read, to look at and analyse material beyond their school curriculum. In other words, apart from equipping the children with basic acting skills, the workshop would strive to complement formal education with a carefully designed life skills training programme. The age range of participants has been deliberately kept wider than that in the typical classrooms for the sake of diversity, which is the key in inclusion and participation. We truly believe in learning together – so there are no ‘teachers’, there are ‘facilitators’ who create the environment of learning and, in the process, learn themselves.