Foundation Skills in Acting Workshop with Shruti Mishra in January 2016

The Drama School, Mumbai brings you a Foundation Skills in Acting Workshop where participants will use Wutao and Lecoq’s techniques in order to gain deeper understanding of their bodies and learn to balance internal and external energy.

Our body is not just the physical shape we see in the mirror. It is a repository of mental, emotional and spiritual energy.

Wutao is a dance-based therapy form that uses movement and breathing to balance the flow of this energy.

Dates: 18 – 23 January 2016
Time: 6.30pm to 9.30pm
Venue: 5th floor, Mumbai Marathi Sahitya Sangh, Girgaon, Charni Road East, Mumbai.
Fees: Rs. 6000/-

This workshop is suitable for anyone who wishes to begin exploring acting as well as people who are practicing theatremakers.

Workshop Takeaways:
– Basic principles of Wutao dance that balances the flow of energy in the body
– Releasing physical movement and unlocking creative pathways
– Introduction to 2 Lecoq movements
– A new way of looking at space and using one’s body in it
– Constructing a Physical Structure for movement while performing

About the Instructor: Shruti Mishra
School for Theatre Creators, Chicago | Wutao School, Paris | Helikos International School for Theatre Creation, Florence
Shruti Mishra is a professionally trained Physical theatre actor and Wutao artist, an Indian Classical dancer and choreographer based in India. She conducts theatre & Wutao, and Mask-making workshops and teaches Kathak internationally. She has also choreographed dance events and musicals for ESPN and the Shaolin Festival in China. Shruti helped establish Padatik International in Kolkata. Her performance experience includes ‘So Many Socks’, a theatrical production funded by the Dalai Lama & produced by QTP and ‘Thank you’ a solo interpretation of Alique Padamsee’s piece based on a true account of the Gujarat riots . Currently she trains aspiring professional dancers at the Terence Lewis Dance Company.

FSA Shruti Mishra Jan 16

To Apply :
Send in your CV with a cover letter that tells us why you would like to be part of this workshop to or call 9619336336 for details.