Rang Amlan: NSD's Theatrical Odyssey for Delhi's Kids

The National School of Drama, alongside Delhi Tourism and Development Corporation, is organizing 'Rang Amlan,' a children's theatre festival and workshop at Rajghat. Spanning June 22 to July 1, the event features a 10-day workshop and a festival of six plays, aiming to nurture children's physical and emotional growth through theatre.

PTI | New Delhi | Updated: 21-06-2024 18:40 IST | Created: 21-06-2024 18:40 IST
Rang Amlan: NSD's Theatrical Odyssey for Delhi's Kids
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The National School of Drama (NSD), in collaboration with Delhi Tourism and Development Corporation, has announced the launch of 'Rang Amlan', a dedicated children's theatre festival and workshop. The event is scheduled to be held at Gandhi Smriti and Darshan Samiti, Rajghat, commencing this Saturday.

The initiative includes a 'demonstration-oriented' workshop from June 22 to July 1 and a theatre festival featuring six children's plays starting from June 26. From 250 applications, 150 children have been selected to participate in the workshop, which aims to foster their physical and emotional development through theatre. According to an NSD statement, the workshop also seeks to enhance social interaction and integration among children.

NSD Director Chittaranjan Tripathy underscored the broader societal impact of the event, noting that introducing children to theatre engages their families and the wider community, thereby broadening the reach of theatrical arts. The festival will showcase diverse plays, such as 'Tichi Tita To To Turu', 'Par Hume Khelna Hai', and 'Kahan Kho Gaya Bachpan'. Concurrently, NSD will conduct a summer theatre festival in Leh, Ladakh, featuring productions like 'Laila Majnun' and 'Taj Mahal Ka Tender'.

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