Puja Sarup got bitten by the theatre bug in 2003 and hasn't looked back since. She did her MA in Theatre Arts from Mumbai University, travelled...
THE CLOWN IN ME
Clowns may seem silly, but the truth is they are special aspects of ourselves. We have a lot to learn from them. The clown nose is the smallest mask in the world and, when we put it on, we find our very own clown identity. Let's look at the world from a clown's perspective, and through various improvisation games and exercises, find the magical stories in everyday life and situations. We will definitely have a wonderful story to tell the world through the special clown in us.
Workshop Day off : Sunday 26 May
Puja Sarup got bitten by the theatre bug in 2003 and hasn't looked back since. She did her MA in Theatre Arts from Mumbai University, travelled to France to work with Footsbarn and Buchingers Boots (travelling theatre companies based in France) and worked in several plays in Mumbai with directors like Rajat Kapoor, Atul Kumar, Sunil Shanbag and Rehaan Engineer. She is currently studying Movement Theatre at Helikos - International School of Theatre Creation in Italy.