The effort made by Abhivyakti is mainly to identify the areas of strengths in children and also identify the areas where there is scope for improvement. While in the workshop we work together with you and your child to identify the areas of improvement and then focus on the areas identified. Our focused approach on Communication Skills Development like Emotive Expressions, Postures, Gesturers, Body Movements, Pronunciations, Enunciations, English Language Skills Development makes a positive impact on your child's overall growth.
Abhivyakti Theatre Workshop is specifically designed to help each student focus and develop his or her:
* Communication Skills, Pronunciation, Enunciation, English Language Skills
* Expressions in a better way
* Critical Thinking Ability
* Leadership skills and Team Spirit
* Moral and Spiritual values
* Sensitivity and Understanding towards the feelings of others
* Fostering Peer Acceptance and Self-worth
This is basically an institution that helps to promote young people and trains them to gather the required skills to perform well in the theatre. This organization has indeed worked tremendously well towards making children's theatre popular in the country. Children's theatre has been an essential part in rural India, and traditional Indian theatre. The audiences gather indiscriminately, to be a part of the theatre. This form of theatre mainly contains stories from Indian mythological places. Conventionally, children, as actors, have constituted another facet of Indian theatre. Young boys born in performing families, or show casing their talent independently, are trained by senior gurus, both in secular folk forms and devotional temple genres. After years of strenuous training, young boys pick up the trick and start performing in small parts, eventually moving to play adult roles, after spending time playing the parts of women. Some of the boys are hand picked by their gurus to continue with the female impersonation.
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