Theatre can be a powerful medium to express yourself and the stories you hold deep inside you. In this workshop, we will use Augusto Boal’s Image Theatre techniques to explore non-verbal storytelling.
Augusto Boal was a Brazilian theatre practitioner and founder of ‘Theatre of the Oppressed’, a form that seeks to inspire people to bring about a positive change in their communities.
Through physical theatre games, movement and music we will bring our imaginations and stories alive. The workshop will culminate in a creation of short image theatre scenes, no longer than a few minutes that capture the unique voices in the room.
This workshop is open to ages 13+. Please come dressed to move.
o Ensure the participant is able to attend the entire 3 hour session from 10 am to 1pm on Sunday November 11th.
o A 15 minute break will be provided in the middle of the session.
o Plan to arrive a little early. Late arrivals will delay team building activities and workshop momentum.
o This workshop is for everyone above 13 years of age.
o No preparation or prior experience required, just stories you want to share and a willingness to dive into the realm of image theatre 🙂
Workshop fee : INR 1200/-
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Contact us at - +91 8800699744 / +91 9718977804,
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