Get involved in our regular theatre play productions and train to become an actor. A theatrical play is rigorously rehearsed for weeks and demands a balanced mix of acting, voice control, movement and stage sense. And a live performance is that special, magic ingredient in the recipe for grooming one’s acting talent. It is well known that the longevity of any actor, across different media, has been rooted in his theatre experience.We are willing to offer this at minimal charge. Only because we expect something far more valuable from you – your dedication, involvement and ability to have fun. We believe that good theater (and art in general) is an essential component of societal wellbeing. We are committed to reviving amateur theatre activity in the region, just for the sheer joy of it. Naturally, we invite all sections of society (irrespective of age, gender, education, acting prowess) to join us in this endeavor. All we are looking for is zeal, time to spare and openness to enjoy the ride.
Theatre has always been a strong medium for social integration and upliftment. It has been an effective vehicle for increasing the awareness on various social issues. Theater is economical, portable and adaptable to cultural sensitivities. It can gauge the reactions of the audience and engage with them in a live environment. Clearly, theatre is an ideal platform for NGOs to take their work forward. Bhoomika has created the tools and possesses the experience to facilitate the promotion of social causes through theatre.
From teaching to theatre – is it really feasible? Well, that is what we have done in the past, with much success. We can train the teachers of your school in the process of a play production so that the children can put up a strong show (literally!) that will delight the children, the teachers and the parents alike. Of course, the outcomes go far beyond the stage, as these activities can help foster the student-teacher relationships and improve the quality of imparting education.