Anushka & Shubham: Hi! We spent three years trying to get a theatre degree and then we happened to find ourselves here
Sameer: Engineering student, sorry I mean engineering dropout… you know… because my love for theatre led me here instead. I also love Film-
Shubham: SHHHH! Don’t say the ‘F – word’ here!
Nishika: Don’t worry, you don’t need to filter what you say here. Everyone is accepted here. Take me for instance, film lover, no degree or anything, how can I even apply for one since my board results aren’t coming out – Anyway, we’re sidetracking, let’s get to the point.
All: AAAAAAAND we’re back! For another year full of Thespo with a new team of fellows!
What’s better than going to watch a play? Going to watch a play together, especially when the tickets are subsidised and there are post-show conversations with the cast and crew! Which is what Theatre Bugs is all about, and the best part is it happens throughout the year. To be more specific we’ve had 8 Theatre Bugs since February. We have 1 upcoming Theatre Bugs this very month itself! Follow us on Facebook and Instagram to get updates and join us for the next one!
THE FIRST CALL
Pull out your calendars and save the date. July 1st we’ll be meeting you at Prithvi. With performances, talks and everything Thespo. Be There.
We’ve been trying to understand what our fellow Thespians need, why don’t you help us out by filling this Thespo Suggestion Form?
We closed applications for recruitment and we couldn’t be more excited!
103 applications!!! Yayyyyyyy!
A big big thank you to everyone who applied and have shown interest in working at Thespo!
It is definitely going to be a kick-ass year and we can’t wait for it!
Thespo at Prithvi
- Natyakala in Jaipur on 24th of Feb by Niketan Sharma (Click here to register!)
- Natyakala in Pune on 10th of March by Deepal Doshi
- Natyakala in Kolkata on 23rd of March by Asif Ali Beg
- Natyakala in Bombay on 14th of April – Watch this space for more details.
What else you ask?
The festival is just four weeks away and the Thespo team is gearing up to celebrate twenty years of Thespo with a bang! You can look forward to crazy new experiences, crazy performances and even crazier workshops along with so much more.
Shhhhh. Keep up with media to uncover what all is happening at the Thespo week.
See you there!
The First Call is here and our inner dramebaaz can’t keep calm! Calling out to all actors, writers, directors, designers and crew – here is your chance to meet other theatre enthusiasts like you. Join us for a fun evening of theatre , fun and magic.
Also, Thespo at Prithvi is back next month with a crowd favourite Lassanwala and two crazy workshops on improv comedy and music in theatre (don’t get thrown off by the name, its for actors, directors and musicians alike! )
Beat the summer with the fresh new faces of Team Thespo this year!!
The Thespo Fellows, Alefiya Lucknowala, Hrishabh Kanti and Rachit Khetan, will be leading the movement this year! Along with them, they have an amazing team of Thespo coordinators to support them through the year, so welcome on board Alistar Bennis, Reema Sunil and Shraddha Patil!
And what is more? If you want to join this super cool, and super fun youth theatre movement, all you need to do is fill in the form and be a part of the #thesponuts.
Thespo at Prithvi is back this April with Thespo 17’s favourite play, “Lassanwala” and (wait for it!) a workshop by Sunil Shanbag! On 3rd and 4th April, be prepared to meet the Lassanwala and Connect the Dots while you explore directing for stage!
To register for the workshop Click Here.
Join us, as we reach our final destination with the Natyakala workshops on 7th April, 2018. We end this amazing amazing Natyakala 2018 series with Baroda.
Asif Ali Beg will conduct a 4 hour long workshop on voice and speech, to develop your acting skills! You don’t want to miss this fabulous workshop.
WORLD THEATRE DAY
Let’s get a little geeky, shall we?
Since 1962, World Theatre Day has been celebrated by ITI Centres, ITI Cooperating Members, theatre professionals, theatre organizations, theatre universities and theatre lovers all over the world on the 27th of March. This day is a celebration for those who can see the value and importance of the art form “theatre”, and acts as a wake-up-call for governments, politicians and institutions which have not yet recognised its value to the people and to the individuals who have not yet realised its potential for economic growth.
Of course, we are celebrating World Theatre Day! So all you need to do is join us and celebrate this community that is theatre!
Thespo is here and is looking for you!
If you’re under 25, and you’re looking for a cool place to work, look no more, we have a job for you!
Find the word that stands out for you, and (duh!) just don’t sit and stare.
Become a part of the Thespo family!
Natyakala workshop stops at Delhi and Jaipur this month! With focus on acting, Akshay Shimpi explores voice and speech through this 4 hour long workshops.
Thespo at Prithvi is back with all time favourites- The E.Q and Bhanvar this Feb!
Registrations Are Open!
Click here for the form to register a full length play!
Or do you want to register a Platform Performance?