Duniya Sabki…Theatre Workshop by rafiki

Duniya Sabki
a theatre workshop for children

for children between 9-12 years
From 7th May to 14th May 2011, 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM

At Rhythm School of Fusion, 14, Kaikondanahalli, Sarjapur Road
(Near Total Mall, Sarjapur Road)

For registrations and enquiries –
Write to warafiki@yahoo.com, or
Call Ravindra on 99863 71543.

rafiki is offering an eight day theatre workshop for children between 9 and 12 years. The workshop is titled Duniya Sabki, and is based on a poem (by the same title) written by the poet and theatre artist, Safdar Hashmi.

Employing theatre games, exercises and our own experience of working with children – the workshop will aim to share and learn from personal experiences. The eight days will culminate into a short performance by the participants involving personal narratives along with the one written by Hashmi.

About rafiki:
rafiki in Kiswahili, the language spoken by the Swahili tribe in East Africa, simply means ‘friend’. We are a Bangalore based theatre group, and have worked with an increasing focus on theatre for children over the last 14 years.

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