Swatantra Theatre conducts Children Program twice a year.
1st set of Workshop happens in the Month of April-May
2nd Set of Workshop happens in the month of Dec.- Jan.
CHILDREN THEATRE/ ACTING WORKSHOP- 4th MAY to 6th JUNE 2020
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swatantra THEATRE has now become more than just a recreation for the kids and helps them develop a better understanding of the world and its dynamism. Jay Vardhan- Indian Express
ACTING IS NOT ONLY FUN, IT’S AN ART,CRAFT & RESPONSIBILITY ONCE YOU LEARN THEN...….. the impossible can be explored.
As we know that theatre has taken the new dimension to impart education. In theatre, child can get all kinds of exposure which can hone all personal abilities. Through facial display , different caricature you try to live in different characters. In our theatre workshop, we groom student through all mode of conventional acting teaching as well as self-built method what I got from our experience over the years.
Theatrical Games: To get the right spontaneity
Voice Modulation: For right voice culture and its projection
Body Language: For correct presentation
Control on mind: For better concentration
Acting Skills: For Portraying characters
Imaginative Acting: For bringing out creativity
Improvisation: For greater conviction
Expressions and Emotions: For the perfect stage and camera Acting
.Story telling: For attracting crowd and leadership quality.
1:Qualities of an actor
2:Abilities of an acting
3:Introduction to Theatre, Drama, and Literature
No. of Seat. 30 (admission on first come first basis) l Age group: 6 + to 15
How can it help?
All children gain confidence which enables them to become fearless and take on everything as and when it happens in their life. Theatre develops a more self-confident in social and educational situations and commanding presence in your everyday life. It enhances your capability to express yourself both onstage and in real life by teaching basic, solid acting skills. Through exercises, improvisations, monologues and scene work, children:
Unleash children natural performing abilities
Tackle children fear of getting up in front of others
Tap into children creativity and imagination
Improve children vocal quality and resonance
Sharpen children listening skills
Think more spontaneously on his/her feet
Release pent up stress and so much more like.....
Self Confidence and Public Speaking
Through acting exercises, students become quite used to speaking in front of each other. As they become more comfortable, their confidence increases correspondingly. Character development allows students to feel more confident about public speaking, as it is not they but their characters who are speaking. Additionally acting focuses on vocal projection, articulation, and timing—things that trip up the anxious public speaker. Armed with the confidence gained in class, students take to the stage with ease.
Emotions,Expression with Effective Communication
Actors are always embodying new characters. Through character development, the actors have to get in touch with their characters’ thoughts and feelings. They have to figure out what is motivating their characters to do the things they do. Getting in touch with their characters' thoughts and feelings often helps actors to be more aware of their own thoughts and feelings. A flow is created between using real-life situations to help with their acting and acting experiences to help them deal with real-life situations. Understanding what motivates different characters helps people better understand those around them. This awareness allows actors to empathize with others and communicate effectively.
Teamwork and Cooperation
Teamwork and cooperation are basic in acting. Then again, can’t almost all activities claim teamwork as a benefit of participation? Team sports require participants to get along and work together as a unit, so what makes acting so unique? The difference is that in sports and other activities, usually the group is homogeneous—all girls, all boys, one age group, one skill level. In putting on a theatrical performance, participants work with a diverse group—different ages, genders, and skill levels. Participants learn how to interact with a wider scope of people. Younger students learn from older students. Experienced performers encourage the novices. Through the experience they learn about group dynamics, finding their leadership and supporting roles to each other both on and off stage.
Kids also perform in a Swatantra Theatre Production
This years notable performances were Rabi Sansaar and Daakghar based on Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore's classic stories.These performanceswere highly appreciated and will be performed at the National School of Drama this year.
Theatre is the strongest meduim to inbibe, study and to understand anything that exists on the earth and beyond.The main aim of such a classic and the most oldest form of presentation should be value creation and that what is we believe at Swatantra.
Swatantra Theatre's Children Actors are performing a Theatre Play based on Rabindranath Tagore's classic stories.
4-My Lord ,The baby,
These will be the stories that Children aging from 5 years to 14 years will be performing in a phenomenal way.
We are commemorating Rabindranath Tagore's 154th Anniversary.
What can be better for Children in these holidays than learning more about the First Nobel Prize winner from India Rabindranath Tagore.
Our Motto being presenting such topics is creating awareness about Indian writers and Indian Literature. Something that belongs to the Country, understanding and relishing that is more important than being addicted to a clueless cartoon which becomes the mode of passing time these holidays.
Bringing with a Bengali flavor, helping to understand another rich Culture of rich India.
Cast: Aditya Singhal, Shachi Gokhle, Anushka Ekbote, Karan Dhoria, Krish Sureka, Kriti, Bhargavi Sinde, Vaibhavi Lokegaonkar, Krishna Nimbalkar, Prarambhi Deb, Puja Medhekar, Simran Pingle, Rama Rajpurohit, Yash Ladkat, Anushuman Khanolwal, Isha Moralwar, Anisha Shah, Atharva Prasad, Atharva Aggarwal, Prem Gupta, Moksha Shah, Ariha Mehta, Devashish Shinde, Kalpita Tavkar, Ananya Adhyaru, Shreya Riswadkar
Dakghar -a Play written by Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore is one of the most simple and elemental play.
This is known to be a universal play.
The story revolves around Amal.Amal stands in Madhav's courtyard and talks to passers-by, and asks in particular about the places they go. The construction of a new post office nearby prompts the imaginative Amal to fantasize about receiving a letter from the King or being his postman. The village headman mocks Amal, and pretends the illiterate child has received a letter from the king promising that his royal physician will come to attend him. The physician really does come, with a herald to announce the imminent arrival of the king; Amal, however, falls asleep (or dies) as Sudha comes to bring him flowers.
Amal looks at the world through the window........
Dakghar Performed First time in London
W.B. Yeats was the first person to produce an English-language version of the play.It was performed in English for the first time in 1913 by the Irish Theatre in London with Tagore himself in attendance. The Bengali original was staged in Calcutta in 1917, Rabindranath himself has acted in a vital role in this play. It had a successful run in Germany with 105 performances.