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Imagine a story you have heard a hundred times with a hundred different endings…
Imagine a story that you can change at any point…
Imagine telling a story without speaking it but describing all the great details…
Imagine a story that never ends…
Imagine a story that never began.
This Sunday morning, we gather together to find these stories within us through a theatre workshop for those between the ages of 8 and 12 years.
Using the whimsical, witty and masterfully illustrated fables by the late artist KG Subramanyan, join us and find new ways to exercise your imagination muscle.
When not reluctantly explaining what she does for a living to curious people, Lekha Naidu is either facilitating a class for young theatre enthusiasts or rigging lights or translating plays and other pieces of literature from English to Kannada and vice versa or planning photo shoots while finding ways to get on stage and perform.
Some affectionately call her the Girl Friday of the Arts community, conveniently forgetting about the other days of the week, while she often refers to herself as a theatre practitioner. She has made no significant contribution to the world, yet; but she keeps trying. One of the ways is ‘Avala Hejje’, a social enterprise, of which she is the Creative Director. She has served as a Consultant to the High Powered Committee set up in 2013 by the Ministry of Culture to examine the national level cultural institutions under it.
Since 2019 she has been utilising all her skills at a community space called Bangalore International Centre.