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10 reasons to date a Theatre Artist

They feel everything more passionately

Theatre artists, whether they are on-stage or off-stage, have a tendency to experience emotions more deeply and passionately. Theatre artists are more in touch with their emotional sides than normal people so, you can be rest assured that they will make you feel loved like never before.

They give you the opportunity to get in touch with your emotions

While dating a Theatre artist, you are bound to experience feelings and emotions within you which you never knew existed. Being skilled performers, sharing their own feelings and bringing them out in you is something they are experienced in.

They are spontaneous in their decisions

Theatre artists are habituated to making quick decisions whenever they are on-stage. Their habit of improvisation reflects in their personal life off-stage as well. They will always keep the romance alive through their effortless spontaneity by surprising you at the most unexpected of times.

They can charm anyone with their flamboyant personas

Theatre artists have flamboyant and charming personas, and they have the capability to impress virtually anyone. They have a keen understanding of their audience and can mold themselves into any form of character depending on the situation. This is a true boon if you are thinking of taking one to visit your parents!

They look and clean up after themselves

Theatre artists are in the habit of traveling for their shows because of which they are also habituated to look and clean up after themselves. This habit also translates into their personal lives, and when living with a theatre artist, you will never find yourself cleaning after them.

They are great story-tellers

Theatre artists, be it script-writers or actors, are great at the art of story-telling. This attribute also translates into their private lives, and you will never find yourself bored when in their company. They have a way with their words and ideas and can paint the most vivid pictures for you.

They have the most creative ideas

The creativity which they display on-stage often also transpires into their everyday lives. So, whatever be the occasion, you can be rest assured that they will never cease to amaze you with their gifts.

You get to meet new people now and then

Theatre artists are constantly meeting and working with different people on different projects. If you are dating a theatre artist, then even you have the opportunity to meet new people and to the understand the industry from a deeper level.

You have an opportunity to travel with them

Theatre artists often have to perform in shows across the country or even the world. If you are dating a theatre artist, even you have an opportunity to satisfy your wanderlust and travel with them.

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You get invited to a lot of Theatre events

When you are dating a theatre artist, you are bound to get invited to a lot of theatre events, be it the staging of a play or an award ceremony. You have the opportunity to see all the brilliant, new plays that are being performed, while also understand the core intricacies of this wonderful art form.

International Theatre Festival of Kerala 20-28 February Thrissur, Kerala

General

With a focus on street performance, this year’s festival stretches the stage beyond the proscenium. Multiple venues spring up in unlikely places, ranging from town hall to swimming pool, to host spectacles from around the world.

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Audiences can choose from shows by 16 international theatre companies and 8 Indian ones besides 7 in Malayalam.

Concept

The curators of this year’s edition have chosen works that expand the reach of the performances as well as reimagine public spaces, stimulating a reassessment of our quotidian perception of city and society.

They will inspire you, as curator Anuradha Kapoor says, to “reimagine the street; cars, buses squares, crossroads ... all thrown up in the air and recombined as theatre objects, scenery, reality...” inviting you to “plunge into the real word as it enters fiction, or as fiction enters the real world”

By bringing performance out into the open, the artist initiates a dialogue that is more direct, less cocooned and situated in relatable, everyday surroundings.

Auxiliary events

Three day Theatre Colloquium with panels on:

Street Theatre and Performance

Art making in times of extreme cultural and economic nationalism

Digital interfaces in today’s theater

Speakers include Aubrey Mellor, Anuradha kapur, TT Sreekumar, Erin Mee, Dr CS Venkiteswaran

Dramaturgy and Writing Conclave

Acclaimed writers and researchers come together at the Sahiyta Akademi to debate and discuss the nature and role of the dramaturgical process today

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Session on Writing about the Arts

Practising art journalists get together to present their thoughts and confront the challenges facing art writing.

Talks at School of Drama

On 4 consecutive days renowned theatre makers will give talks to audiences at the School of Drama on subjects such as Scenography and Theatre Pedagogy.

Collaborative Projects

The Strings Theatre Company

is an artists’ collective from Germany, Finland and France that is famous for their onsite creation of performance in residency. Collaborating with three Indian artists – actor, singer and acrobat – for ten days, they will present a non verbal outdoor piece during the festival.

Art Junction Poland and Theatreconnekt Thrissur

come together to create ‘Not our Business’, an intercultural street theatre project commissioned and coproduced by the International Theatre Festival of Kerala. Drawing from the writings of social scientists, agro-ecologists and investigative journalists such as Martin Caparros , Andrew Mwenda , Amartya Sen, Palagummi Sainath and Yogendra Yadav, a small group of actors and activists is making their own physical and cognitive explorations into questions of social and human conditions.

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They will apply the improvisational and devising skills employed during their residency, journeying from idea to discussion, improvisation to narrative and then to performance.

Kamchatka,

a cutting edge outdoor theatre company from Spain, walks into a street with their suitcases and encounters it and the world it is in. Their performances are those of rediscovery – of a street, a city, a country. This time, they will train 30 Indian workshop participants to join them in their workshop process of devising and then to perform the resulting work on the streets of Thrissur town.

La Patriotrioco from Chile will be in Thrissur to create work that is part spectacle, part political statement and reflects the nature of the politically charged environs in which we live. They too will be recruiting from among applicants from the general public to spend time with in a workshop process which will lead to the creation of the final performance piece in the style of flamboyant spectacle.

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Some of the Venues

The Regional Theatre, KSNA

Bharat Murali Theatre, KSNA

Black box, KSNA

KSNA courtyard

Ramanilayam Campus

Palace Grounds

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Thekkinkadu – the Round

Town Hall

Kerala Sahitya Akademi

Nehru Children’s Park

North Bus stand Road

Some of the Theatre Companies

Country

Italy

USA

France

Germany

Iran

Serbia

India

Company

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Merlin Puppet Theatre

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Bitef Theatre

Asakta Kalamanch, Pune

Performance Studies Collective

Ambedkar Univ. Delhi

Ebong Amra, Burdwan

School of Drama, Thrissur

Lokadharmi, Cochin

Production

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Pool Play

Acting Bug

Clown House

Sara

Freedom

Mein huun Yusuf aur ye hai mera bhai

The Cabinet of Dr Caligari

Andha Yug

Misty Mountains of Mahabharata

Kali Nadakam

Om Puri’s Contribution to Theatre

For his contributions to Indian cinema and theatre, Om Puri was conferred the 4th highest civilian honour, the Padma Shri, which was presented by the Indian Government in 1990. Furthermore, for his services to the British Film Industry through art films and crossover films, he was conferred the title of Honorary Officer of the Order of the British Empire.

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For his contributions to Indian cinema and theatre, Om Puri was conferred the 4th highest civilian honour, the Padma Shri, which was presented by the Indian Government in 1990. Furthermore, for his services to the British Film Industry through art films and crossover films, he was conferred the title of Honorary Officer of the Order of the British Empire.

Invaluable contribution to theatre

Om Puri has always been associated with theatre. He started performing as early as 1966, when he was 16 years old and was part of a theatre group called Punjab Kala Manch. He began acting in the theatre group under the tutelage of Harpal Tiwana, who was a graduate from the National School of Drama. Before joining the NSD in 1970, Om Puri was a part of many plays with Harpal Tiwana, like The Father, Oedipus Rex, The Misunderstanding, and many other Punjabi plays. In the later part of his life, after he gained stardom, Om Puri, along with Gurdas Mann proposed to the then Chief Minister of Punjab to build a theatre in honour of his teacher. A year hence, the Harpal Tiwana Centre for Performing Arts was established and is today, one of the best theatres in Punjab.

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After he graduated from the NSD, Om Puri formed the theatre group, Najma. From the late 1970 to the late 1980, Om Puri and Naseeruddin Shah, together as a part of Najma, staged many plays. Om Puri and Naseeruddin Shah were seen together in plays like Zoo Story and Waiting For Godot. Najma also staged a play (Govind Deshpande’s Udhvastha Dharamshala) in Prithvi Theatre on the evening that it was inaugurated. Om Puri also acted in the Marathi play Ghashiram Kotwal, which was later made into a movie. The movie was also marked in history as the first film in which Om Puri acted. According to Om Puri, some of the best plays in which he has acted are Anton Chekov’s Three Sisters, a Hindi adoption of a Kabuki play called Ibaraki, and one of his most famous and successful plays till date, Bichhoo.

Om Puri was a pioneering theatre artist who opened the doors of mainstream cinema to many talented artistes who followed in his footsteps. Satish Kaushik, who has known Om Puri for more than four decades, says that if it wasn’t for Om Puri, theatre actors like Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Divya Dutta would never have had the chance of making it big in mainstream cinema. Om Puri paved the bridge that exists between the mainstream cinema and theatre today. It is because of his contribution and the contribution of select other celebrated artists that the theatre industry thrives the way it does.

As a part of his immense contribution to the theatre, from time to time, he holds workshops in various drama schools. He interacts with young and aspiring theatre artists, and gives them valuable insight through experience. Very recently, he was at the Madhya Pradesh School of Drama (MPSD) where he conducted a workshop for aspiring artists. Being the realist that he is, he even went on to advise the aspiring artists that they should not pursue theatre as their full-time jobs because it can prove to be financially challenging. Om Puri was quoted saying, “as Sanskrit is the mother of all languages, theatre is the mother of all art forms”. He furthered his belief in the theatrical arts saying, “Theatre is the mother of all art forms and language has nothing to do with good performance”. He proved his point by doing a play in Punjabi, Teri Amrita, which starred Divya Dutta as well.

Ten things a theatre enthusiast must know before starting theatre

If you are reading this, I am pretty sure that you are one of those people who wish to start a fulfilling career in theatre. This is a profession that requires you to be passionate and follow your heart, rather than slaving over any other routine job. However, if you think your dreams are going to come true, it is better you read these points before you embark on the journey.

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The Spotlight is not as easy and fun a place to be as you think it is

1. It doesn’t get glamorous on its own.

Yes, that’s right. You must be aware that delivering a performance is not something that just anybody can do. Performing in a theatre requires lot of practice and hard work. It doesn’t just get glamorous; you have to make it glamorous. And it’s not just acting, be it any kind of theatre art, such as dance, drama, music, you have to be the best among numerous other passionate souls like you, in order to move up on the ladder.

2. Looking for a good role? You have to earn it.

One doesn’t just land into a theatre as a lead performer. You have got to give many auditions and make a name for yourself before you are identified as a lead artist. Be ready for rejections, they will be your practice sessions. Moreover, even if you join a theatre group as an actor, you have to be prepared to give enough time till you reach a respectable position, as most of the famous theatre groups out there have been forged out of the flames of perseverance and other tribulations.

3. Being Versatile:

This one is specifically for actors. Want to increase your chances? Be versatile. Apart from acting and dancing, you have got to know how to be a little comic, serious, and enthusiastic, while you perform. You shouldn’t just be suited for one role, but have to be prepared to be able to fit into all of them.

4. Money:

It is hard to say that you’ll make some money in your first performance itself. Not a lot of people work in the theatre industry for money. If you can make it big, it will surely fetch you financial benefits, but if you are in it only for the dough, there are better options out there.

5. Volunteer:

To find the right inspiration, you may have to take up a profession which is way below your personally assumed level of talent. This could include becoming a spot-boy for a renowned theatre group, an extra in a local theatre, or even a stationary prop on stage like a tree! Being in such a position can be a huge learning experience and can even help you approach your career with the humility that is required for such an arduous journey.

6. Work Experience:

Even if you find yourself getting de-motivated after reading the above points, make sure you take the first step, which is work experience. This is where the real learning happens, where you have the time to start from the basics and understand your strengths and weaknesses. With every performance of yours, you will improve, learn from your mistakes and take another step towards making it big.

7. Agent:

It’s not necessary to have an agent, but it helps. Agents are people who watch your performance and then help you find work. Their job is to know where an audition is going on, to put your name up for audition and follow up with them later. They send your CV to people, negotiate your pay and for all this you will be charged a percentage of your earnings. Agents don’t charge upfront, so make sure no one fools you into believing that they’ll get you work only if you pay them upfront.

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Having a trainer can be powerful for your journey

8. Training:

Training is one of the key things you should pay attention to before pursuing a career in theatre. Having a trainer to guide you on the path that you are about to take can always be beneficial. Trainers know where you may go wrong and will also prepare you for the pitfalls. Throughout your journey, a trainer will be your guide, friend and parent.

9. Talk to your Parents:

A majority of talent is lost because parents and family are not supportive. If you think you can pursue a career in theatre, talk to your parents. Make them realize that this is one of your dreams and you will do what it takes to make it big. Parents are the ones who will support you in your pursuit.

10. This is Business:

Like any other industry, theatre is also an industry. You must know what the industry expects so that you can deliver the same. You have to learn the rules of game and walk through corruption and muck patiently, to score well in all the right places.

Opportunity

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