First day of Guwahati Theatre Festival Work Shop concludes
To promote youth theatre, G Plus Guwahati Theatre Festival (GTF) and Brahmaputra Foundation hosted a theatrics workshop today, 2nd November, which was conducted by the stalwarts of Indian theatre – Quasar Thakore Padamsee, Bhavna Pani & Trupti Khamakar.
More than 80 students from various schools of the city, including Sarala Birla Gyan Jyoti, Delhi public School, Faculty Higher Secondary School and Army Public School, attended the workshop. They learned communication through acting and dramatics from the theatre practitioners and theoreticians. The Workshop was focussed on voice and movement techniques with specific learning goals that were demonstrated through the experts.
“It was a wonderful experience holding workshop at Guwahati. The students were very interactive and showed keen interest in learning the nuances of acting,” expressed Quasar Thakore Padamsee. “Quasar Thakore Padamsee and his team are the epitome of professional. We are so pleased to be able to work with them in presenting such an amazing opportunity for theatre aspirants to develop essential skills in all areas of theatrical production”, added Asha Kuthari Chaudhuri, Festival Director of GTF.
The workshop was held at Pragjyoti ITA, Machkhowa. After the workshop, students were given certificate of participation.
The workshop for college students will be held on 3rd November and conducted by renowned theatre artists Sheena Khalid and Puja Sarup. For workshop registrations, contact 97060 89074.
The tickets for Guwahati Theatre Festival are available at Pragjyoti ITA, leading restaurants and coffee shops in town as well as on bookmyshow.com.