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Jill fakes playing the recorder. Little Red Riding Hood knows Karate. There are Gigglers, and Sisters, and a YouTube Diva. Julie thinks acting in a play is dangerous. Rudy prays that Dad won’t forget the Spaghetti. When Frankenstein was a kid he liked spinach.

If your child is a budding actor, and you feel that those summer workshops just aren’t enough to develop that awesome, show-stopping talent, check out the very professionally run NATAKA

course from JAGRITI Studio. Run by one of Bangalore’s oldest and most

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respected theatre companies, and spearheaded by Arundhati Raja, this is a fun and very productive Performing Arts course for kids and youth that runs for 4 months every Saturday. Your child is trained by teachers and performers in drama, movement & dance, voice, music, and other aspects of stagecraft. These people have been training kids in theatre for years, and they’ve really got it right- many of Bangalore’s theatre stars were once in an ART workshop!

The best bit is that at the end of the course the kids actually stage a play- this time its ‘A Bee in my Bonnet’, by and for children, in early October. This production will also be presented for accreditation from the international Trinity Guildhall Drama & Speech Grade and Certificate Examinations (UK).

Saturdays from 05 June to 30 Oct
Kids (6–12): 10.00 am to 12.30pm Youth (13–16): 3.00 to 5.30 pm
Fee: Rs 9000/- (incl. of production and examination classes)
Venue: E702 Renaissance Jagriti, Varthur Road, Whitefield, Bangalore 560066

CONTACT: edu@jagrititheatre.com + 91 80 2847 5373 (10 am to 6 pm)

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