Natrang’s International Theatre workshop touching new horizons -
Natrang’s International Theatre workshop touching new horizons
Posted 23 Aug 2017 12:46 PM

International Theatre workshop being organised by Natrang in association with Dara Shikoh Centre is touching new horizons of creativity and innovation and today reached the environs of historic Amar Mahal of Jammu.
Young theatre practitioners of Jammu have got a unique opportunity of exploring new dynamics of theatre. This international theatre workshop brings a breeze of fresh activities in this hot and mundane weather. Natrang is in its fourth day of the international theatre workshop and with each passing day has been uncovering a new methodology and theatre activity. This week long workshop is being conducted by a theatre scholar and artist, Fabian Hartwell who has come from London and is being coordinated by Aarushi Thakur Rana.
Fabian worked with the young artists from Natrang in the first two days of the workshop where they explored various new and unique theatre games, improvisations and activities. On the third day of the workshop, Fabian Hartwell worked with the children repertory group of Natrang. On the fourth day and in the days to come Fabian wishes to dwell deeper into the concept of ‘Theatre of the oppressed’ by Augusto Boal and on Masculinity.
The participants selected through an interview process for this workshop include Sumeet Sharma, Rahul Singh, Mahikshit Singh, Vaishali Sharma, Vrinda Sharma, Gauri Thakur, Ashish Parihar, Sandeep Kumar, Ashley Mehta, Shivam Sharma, Shivam Singh, Goutam Sharma, Aafaque Khan, Priyanka Pandita, Saadhvi Verma, Mohd. Mohsin Raza, Akash Bhat, Brigu Sharma, Meenakshi Bhagat, Abhi Bargotra, Vipan Singh, Aishwarya Sathe, Raheel Sharma, Ashwani Sharma, Meenakshi Bhan and Mohit Kaul.

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