Fanatika offers unique training in acting, dramatic writing and direction with Indo-European techniques. At Fanatika, we explore theatre as an interdisciplinary form of Art. A module of 100 hours is designed with European standards and is a unique and rare opportunity in India to formally initiate to theatre through short-term workshops.
1. REGULAR THEATRE WORKSHOP
The next batch will start on 17 JULY 2017.
Fees: INR 18,000.00
Early Bird Discount: INR 15,000.00 (until 23 June)
For registration and more mail : email@example.com | (+91) 9723452425 / 7016592324
Days: Monday – Friday (Weekdays)
Time: 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Duration: 2 months
A dramatic production is undertaken at the end of the workshop.
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2. International Workshops
Fanatika strongly believes in Intercultural Dialogue and International Exposure. We regularly invite theatre artists from abroad to conduct various theme-based workshops in order to explore theatrical practices of other countries as well as their approach to any particular aspect of theatre.
Previous International Workshops:
“Extensive Forum Theatre Workshop” with Mr. Flavien Lafosse
“Forum Theatre” with Mr. Flavien Lafosse and Ms. Cathy Lumale (France)
Forum Theatre by Flavien Lafosse (France)
“Invisible Cities” by Nathalie Mentha (Switzerland)
Music in Theatre by Nathalie Mentha (Switzerland)
Theatre of the Street by Chloé Varailhon (France)
Expression without Text: Human Voice and Body in Liberty by Aurélia David (France)
Set Design for Theatre by Cassandre Boy (United States of America)
Costume Design for Theatre by Elsa Bourdin (France)
Importance and Aspects of Lights in Theatre by Bernard Marescot (France)
Improvisation in Acting by Julien Mulot (France)
3. Theme-based Workshops
Fanatika invites Indian theatre experts to train the participants on various aspects of theatre. Our previous theme-based workshop sessions have been with:
Chinmay Shukla on Music Composition and Sound Management for Theatre
Chintan Pandya on Performing Shakespeare
Raveena Dave on Salsa: Exploring the Body and the Space through Dance
Madhu Rye Thaker on Writing and Reading Dramatic Texts