Srinagar, Nov 5: A five days Theatre Workshop organized by Actors’ Creative Theatre (ACT) in collaboration with Wings Cultural Society (New Delhi), concluded here today.
According to a press note, the concluding function was held at Tagore Hall, Srinagar.
The workshop was held on the topics like Theatre Exercises, Speech and Diction, Scene Improvisation, Performing Skills, Script Reading / Writing and Body Language.
Actor and Director from Delhi Tarique Hameed was the Director of Workshop.
Tarique Hameed began his theatrical endeavour in 2004. He is a Theatre Director, actor and a faculty at Shri Ram Centre, New Delhi. He has directed plays like Topi Ki Dastaan, The Wave, Mahabhoj and many others under the banner of Wings Cultural Society which has featured at prominent festivals in India. He has also featured in various Short Films, TV shows and Movies. He is well known for his performance in the TV show 'India Bolega' on Anjan TV, the press note said.
He formed Wings Cultural Society in 2009 dedicated to socially relevant theatre. The group participated in the 8th Theatre Olympic, Lucknow Literature Festival, 15th and 17th Bharat Rang Mahotsav among several others.
Tarique said, “This is my first visit to Kashmir. I feel grateful about coming here and directing a theatre workshop, the best way to visit Kashmir for me.”
Mushtaaque Ali Ahmad Khan, Chairman and Creative Director of Actors’ Creative Theatre (ACT) said, “I am very happy to organise such activities of performing Arts in my own region. It gives the aspiring theatre artists and a chance to learn more about this art. I will continue to take such initiatives in future as well”. Tariq Javaid was the chief guest and he distributed the certificates amongst the participating students, alongwith the guests of honour, Waheed Jeelani, Mushtaq Bala, Shaikh haneef, Gul Javaid and Gulzar Bhat.
The Chief Guest Tariq Javaid and other Guests present in the appreciated the initiative of. Mushtaaque Ali Ahmad Khan, his organization Actors’ Creative Theatre and also extended their gratitude to the visiting Director Tarique Hameed.