Monday, 31 October, 2011

Acting workshop held in UTC


The Communication department of the United Theological College conducted a workshop on acting skills on October 7 (4:00 P.M- 7:00 P.M.) and October 8 (9:00 A.M. – 12 P.M.), 2011 in the JRC, UTC. The workshop was led by noted theatre personality and pianist Mr. Preetam Koilpillai. The workshop was attended by twenty students of the UTC who were made to go through rigorous mental and physical exercises.



Mr Preetam Koilpillai is known to many Bangloreans as an excellent pianist and contemporary drama personality. His strengths include allowing actors to express themselves in the language comfortable to them and exploring the art of communicating non-verbally. Drama for Preetam is a collaborative and political process as well. He initiated the Black Coffee Productions and is involved with various drama projects in the city. His latest interest also includes short films and his fourteen minute film “Passport Photos” has been screened in as many as seven international film festivals.

                                               (Acting out the dragging scene)

                                                               

                                                                 (Head banging)


                                          (Exercises in trust building and confidence)

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Such workshops should be made a part of theology.

Anonymous said...

Good pictures

Anonymous said...

Elizabeth Balasundaram, facebook, Nov 2, 2011- VERY GOOD ,NOW EVERYTHING IS VISUAL SO PASTORS SHOULD ALSO BE MORE EXPRESSIVE IN THEIR PRESENTATION.

Deepak said...

there is no theology without Art and science...We are glad to learn the crux of the art ie., Acting...

acting studio said...

Thanks for sharing these photographs of this acting workshop.

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