Introduction to Theatre

- Structures of Applied Theatre

- Forum Theatre

- Playback Theatre

- Complete The Story

- Sociodrama
- Psychodrama

- Dramaturgy of ideations.

- Application of drama into subjects

- Drama-based Content

- TTT for Teachers

- Social Change makers  Programme

- Community leadership programme 

Why "Theatre" for Children: 
Historically, theatre has always been a fantastic tool to help build skills which help not only in theatre based skills to enhance storytellling but also to enhances the other vital social and interpersonal skills such as:

Creativity & Innovation
Effective Problem solving skills
Communication Skills
Public Speaking
Positive & High self Esteem
Working together in Teams

Problem Solving

Conflict Resolution

Using the power of theatre to transform individuals is at the core of our work.

Our Structured Approach to theatre for educational institutions make it an easy transition into the world of Theatre for the young.

We come with over 20 years of education and application of theatre in social avenues and spaces. 

Theatre for change is the core of our work

The change begins with each individual at their level when they begin our work

The change continues while working with teams

The changes then transitions into bringing about a greater change in the society through the power of Theatre

Why Regular Curriculum based Classes 

Regular classes provide an opportunity to grow and evolve. For any creative skills to mature it needs

1) A Nurturing Environment

2) Right Mentorship

3) Exciting opportunities 

Children who involve themselves in regular drama classes are less likely to have difficulty speaking in public. They would be more persuasive in their communications in both written and oral forms of communication. They would also be able to empathize and relate to others, and will have a more confident & positive self image of themselves. Improvizational skills through Theatre helps build intelligence's such as spatial, lingustic, bodily kinesthetic, musical, interpersonal, intrapersonal, naturalistic, and existential.

Why "Organizational Theatre"
​Our Facilitators come with a rich experience of improvizational theatre for more than decades along with visiting external faculty from countries such as US & UK, and rich national and International Theatre Festivals that we conduct specifically for schools that are under our wing. 

PHASE 2 - Modules 10 to 20

- Characterisation

- Improvisation

- Ensemble Work

- Working on a Script

- Complex Devising Work
- Social Project using theatre

- Dramaturgy of ideations.

- Creative story telling.
-  Create engaging stories with characters and elements.
- The process of collaboration
- Understanding and Dealing with change 

​- Basic Directors Training​​

Applied Theatre

- Breaking Habitual-bound thinking  
- Exploring types of expressions

- Exploring Minimalisms
- Working with rhythms and patterns 
- Story telling methodologies
- Exploring being free

- Exploring being able to express
- Social Skills
- Understanding and beginning Devising
- Understanding the Rules of Drama
- Introduction to Physical Theatre

Introduction to voice work  

- Introduction to teamwork 

Institutions who experienced our work

Various international Curriculum Under One Roof

Theatre For Education 

PHASE 3 - Modules 20 to 35

Our Philosophy

PHASE 1 - Modules 1 to 10

International Theatre Facilitators     |      International Theatre Festivals    |.    International Theatre Collaborations 

Deccan International School

Indus International School
Deens Inernational School

Vibgyor International School

Kristhu Jayanthi College

PKSBE College of Branding and Advertising