THEATRE STUDIES TO BE PART OF 11th CBSE CURRICULUM SOON

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THEATRE STUDIES TO BE PART OF 11th CBSE CURRICULUM SOON

A very interesting and useful subject theatre studies has been introduced for the students who aspire to make a career as an actor or theatre personality.

This subject has been introduced from the current academic session as an elective  subject in class 11th and will be on first-come-first-serve basis.

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One Response to THEATRE STUDIES TO BE PART OF 11th CBSE CURRICULUM SOON

  1. Theatre has taken the new dimension to impart education. In theatre child can get all kinds of exposure which can hone his/her all personal ability. Through facial display , different caricature they try to live in different characters. In our theatre workshop we groom student through all modes of conventional acting teaching as well as self built method.
    With theatre modules Students gain confidence which enables them to become fearless and take on everything as and when it happens in their life. Theatre develops self-confidence in social and educational situations and commanding presence in everyday life. It enhances capability to express both on stage and in real life by teaching basic, solid acting skills. Through exercises, improvisations, monologues and scene work.
    We doing theatre with kids and teenager since 2007 and we found they more better than adults.

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