“I regard the theatre as the greatest of all art forms, the most immediate way in which a human being can share with another the sense of what it is to be a human being.” ~Oscar Wilde
“A talent for drama is an ability to articulate human relationships. “~Gore Vidal
Theatre, as an art form has proven to be a great medium to improve not only acting skills but various other important life skills. Theatre can encompass our everyday dealings in how we present ourselves to others, and our awareness of how we are perceived. This program aims to help the participants understand how the theatrical process can enable them to become effective public speakers, good storytellers, better listeners and great team players, through various interactive games and exercises.
Anyone who aims to become better at interpersonal skills (Age-no bar)
- Participants learn to articulate their thoughts better and speak in a way that the audience wants to listen.
- Participants learn the importance of being good team players and exhibit better teamwork.
- Participants learn to observe things through multiple perspectives, understand people better and what motivates their actions.
- Participants learn how to dramatize their writings.
- Participants exhibit improved self-image.