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Manjul Bhardwaj with Youth in Theatre of Relevance workshop

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PHotos- Theatre of Relevance

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PHotos- Theatre of Relevance

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PHotos- Theatre of Relevance

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PHotos- Theatre of Relevance

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Theatre of Relevance workshop in Germany

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Play Writing Workshop

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Play Writing Workshop

Manjul Bhardwaj
(Initiator & practitioner of the philosophy
“Theatre of Relevance”)


Conducts
“Play Writing – workshop”

14-18 Feb, 2PM -6PM

For Registration call: 9820391859 or email:etf@vsnl.com
www.mbtor.blogspot.com / www.etfindia.org

Fundamentals of "Theatre of Relevance"

Fundamentals of Theatre of Relevance

• A Theatre that commits its creative excellence to make the world more “Better & Humane”.

• A Theatre relevant to the context of the society and owes its responsibility, not to Art just for the Art sake.

• A Theatre caters to human needs and provides itself as a platform for expression.

• A Theatre that explores itself as a medium of constructive change and/or development.
• A Theatre that comes out from the ‘limits of entertainment’ to a way of living & empowerment.

Fundamentals & Processes of "Theatre of Relevance"

What is Theatre?

“Theatre is a performance (an expression) of human thoughts, feeling, experience and it’s purpose”
----- Manjul Bhardwaj



Theatre is a medium of attempting at complete communication of human experiences by creating the illusion of reality with human being as actors. It has, therefore, real space, real time, real actors and experiential emotions. And a story (even incident or thought) to tell. In other words, it tries to concretize the abstract ideas, experiences, and various intricate relationships between human beings and nature for better understanding it is therefore, also intellectual and spiritual exercise of highest degree.

The strength and limitations of theatre are inter woven its greatest strength is that it employs human beings as actors (tools of communications) Its greatest limitations is a piece of real space and time for performance and therefore it makes highest demands of imagination upon actors and audience to relate action of stage to real life. I…