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Lighting Workshop by Arghya Lahiri at Jagriti

Bump it UP, Lighting Workshop by Arghya Lahiri at Jagriti

The workshop will serve as a basic introduction to the craft of theatre lighting. Spread over three sessions, participants will engage with the fundamental tools of lighting design, execution and operation. This will cover standard lamps, their uses and the range of their ability, the understanding of lighting systems and rigs, and approaches to designing and executing light plans. The overall thrust is to more completely understand and appreciate a lighting designer’s role within the theatre. The workshop will be almost completely hands on. 

Participants are therefore advised to wear comfortable clothing and closed shoes, preferably rubber-soled. 

Arghya Lahiri 
Arghya Lahiri has worked in the theatre for over ten years, for the most part as a Lighting Designer and Director. He is one of the founder members of Q Theatre Productions, Mumbai and has been actively involved in the running of Thespo – an annual Theatre Group Youth Festival. His directorial credits include: The Accidental Death of an Anarchist, The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui, The Birthday Party, Fireface (supported by the Goethe Institute, Mumbai), Crab (part of Writer’s Bloc II), a reading of Ramu Ramanathan’s The Three Ladies of Ibsen and, most recently, Creado, Constance, part of One on One. His lighting credits include: Flowers, Blackbird 13, Pune Highway, Hayavadana, A Number, Creeper, Manaskhore, Me, Kash and Cruise, The Secret Love life of Ophelia, Man to Man, A House of Correction, Project S.T.R.I.P., Some Girls, Bust¸ Rebecca, Nostalgia Brand Chewing Gum and most recently, Peter Pan, amongst others.

Some of his lighting work is in collaboration with Pushan Kripalani, a Mumbai-based theatre director and fellow lighting designer. He is also a filmmaker, having graduated with a Master’s degree in Film and TV Production from the University of Bristol, with a specialization in Cinematography for Super 16mm film.

Workshop details: 
Saturday, 6th August – 2 pm to 6 pm
Sunday, 7th August – 10 am to 6 pm 
Monday, 8th August – 10 am to 2 pm 

Venue: Jagriti Theatre, Ramagondanahalli, Varthur Road, Whitefield, Bangalore 

Course Fee: Rs. 2000 per head (We will provide coffee/tea. Please bring your own lunch where required) 

Call: +91 80 4124 8298 for details 
Email: [email protected] for registration

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Workshop – A Tryst with The Bard

JAGRITI Studio presents “A Tryst with The Bard” By Rebecca Gould Education Associate Practitioner, Royal Shakespeare Company

A day to discover practical strategies designed to help actors expand their repertoire in a performance-based approach to Shakespeare, and facilitate teachers’ and students’ understanding of ability to stage Shakespeare’s plays.

Date: Sun 23 May
Time: 10.00 am to 5.00 pm
Venue: E702 Renaissance Jagriti, Ramagondanahalli, Varthur Road, Whitefield, Bangalore 560 066
Fee: Rs. 750/- (including refreshment and lunch)
Phone: 28475373 eMail: [email protected] for an application form

REBECCA GOULD
RSC Education Associate Practitioner

Rebecca Gould, lives in London but is originally from Cardiff, Wales. She is a Theatre Director and Producer and has specialized in directing new plays, education projects, and plays for and with young people.

Previously she was Associate Director at the Theatre Royal, Plymouth, Producer for Primary School Projects at the National Theatre, Education Director at the English Shakespeare Company and Associate Director of Made in Wales Stage Company, Cardiff.

She has directed plays for the National Theatre, Theatre Royal Plymouth, Adverse Camber, Y-Touring Theatre, London, Chol Theatre, Huddersfield, Welsh College of Music and Drama, Sherman Theatre, Cardiff and Made in Wales Stage Company.

She was a new writing advisor for the new National Theatre Wales and produced the national ‘Speechless’ Tour for the British Council and Apples and Snakes. She has co-written a book on Shakespeare and Young People for Methuen Drama.

She recently received a British Council ‘Cross Cultural Collaboration’ grant to work with Tin Can Theatre, Kolkata, Parthian Books, Wales and Lewis Davies, playwright and novelist on an adaptation of a new novel ‘Mrs D’Silva’s Dectective Instincts and the Shaitan of Kolkata’ by Glen Peters.

Her work has a strong international dimension: she has produced and directed productions and festivals in London, Cardiff, Hong Kong, Kolkata, India and Ghana. She co-founded Tinderbox with Jeff Teare in 2002 and has worked closely with the Wellcome Trust to foster a wider awareness of advances in biomedicine, she currently sits on their Society Award Committee.

Throughout 2007 and 2008 Rebecca worked as Project Director for the RSC’s Learning & Performance Network. In this role she worked with nine regional clusters of schools, leading teacher training days and working with schools to direct performances for the Regional Schools Celebration at The Courtyard Theatre in Stratford-upon-Avon.

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Music Worshop

There is a Music workshop planned for this month at Alliance Francaise de
Bangalore. The classes will consist of interesting information about music,
the theory, history and other elements behind it and a great deal of
information and training on how to nurture a good performing voice for the
stage especially for singing.

Although the classes are aimed to benefit people interested in vocal music
or performance in general (singing), it will also greatly benefit those who
are playing any other instruments like the Guitar but have little knowledge
about Music theory. It will also be an interesting learning for theater
enthusiasts especially actors to help their awareness of the performing
voice onstage!

Venue: Alliance Francaise de Bangalore
Starting: September 28, ’09
Timing: Mondays – 530pm to 630pm
Course duration: 1 hour/per week for 10 weeks.
Course content: Basic Music theory, Health for stage performers (singers and
actors), Sight singing, Ear training, Body awareness, among other elements.
Course fee: Rs. 2500/-
Contact: [email protected]

Website: http://www.dreamscopetheatre.com

Downlowd Application Form

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Theatre-in-Education

Theatre-in-Education

Certificate course offered by Christ University, Bangalore

For Teachers, Facilitators, Trainers, Educators and Group leaders
September 24 (Thursday), 25(Friday) and 26(Saturday)

Using theatre as an educational tool for academia and community, the
teachers training workshop is an ideal platform to assist educators seeking
knowledge of theatre elements that could be applied in teaching core
subjects using imagination.

Teachers, facilitators, lecturers, functionaries of child care institutions
and people who work with children, youth and trainers are eligible to
participate. The course fee of Rs. 6000/- is inclusive of food and snacks.
Accommodation will be provided free of charge for outstation participants.

Contact Rajesh P.I. on 9845075825 or call 080-64504665 for further
information. Registration closes on 23rd September 2009.

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Summer Workshops in Theatre Arts in May

Jagriti is pleased to announce Summer Workshops in Theatre Arts in May!

Formerly Nataka and ART-Youth, our workshops JAGRITI-Kids and JAGRITI-Youth are in May, back by popular demand!

JAGRITI-kids: 7 – 12 yrs
Date: 14 May to 29 May (excluding Sundays) Fee: Rs. 1200/-
Trainer: Shweta Vij

JAGRITI-youth: 13 – 18 yrs
Date: 14 May to 29 May (excluding Sundays) Fee: Rs. 1500/-
Trainer: Ruchika Chanana

Timing: 10.30 am to 1.00 pm
Venue: Neev Playschool, Whitefield Main Road (next to FabIndia)
Co-ordinator Jagriti Education: Arundhati Raja

Email: [email protected] for a registration form
Visit: http://art-events-info.blogspot.com/

Learn to use your face, body and voice with confidence and character.
Have fun while you do!

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