a feast for kids
Jagriti will be active in the form of performances, workshops, music and booths in May 20.
Arundhati Raja, artistic director and Union
The founder of Jagriti said the theater space would be transformed into a children\'s carnival.
\"We will have murals, lots of booths, and of course our interesting but educational workshops.
The carnival will last until June 2.
The workshop is divided into three age groups: 8 to 11, 12 to 15 and 16 to 18, including art, music, storiestelling, toy-
Production, stage fighting, stage lighting, magic, clowns, film production, photography and juggling.
Workshops between the ages of 8 and 11 include: splash of color: fun of art;
Magicians and Kings: telling and forwarding Indian folk storiesPlaymake: Do-it-yourself toys;
Dark design: making and performing with shadow puppets;
Once sticky: write your first story; Sing-a-
Music Workshop Ling;
Word groups: the fun of rhymes and strings: working with puppets.
Workshops between the ages of 12 and 15 include: fighting, fighting!
The foundation of stage combat;
In the air: learn to play juggling with mom and dad; Kapow!
: Appreciation of comics; Accio Teacher! : Magic;
Beginning, middle and end: Story writing;
Take notes: music;
Design of darkness: shadow play and Charlie Chaplin: The clown through pantomime.
Workshops between the ages of 16 and 18 include: comic appreciation;
Playing pun store: actual combat on the stage; Kilowhat?
Basic knowledge of stage lighting;
Put on your face: MaskMakeup, makeup;
Louder than Words: Clown with pantomime;
Pilberg Channel: Moviesmaking;
Cheese: Photography and paragraph, plotA-
Write short stories.
The workshop will be held between 11. m. and 4 p. m. Two well-
Known plays will also be staged during the carnival.
On May 24-26, Chennai\'s Perch will perform jujujubee for children over the age of three, and on June 1 and 2, Rafiki will show Suniti Namjoshi for children over the age of five
For more information write to edu @ jasititheatre. com.