• SRCPA invites experienced actors to join our Repertory Company

    SRCPA’s Repertory Company is a known and regarded production house in the world of theatre. Eminent Directors and actors have worked with us. The Company has performed and participated in various theatre festivals across India.

     

    Why join SRCPA’s Repertory Company?

    • Well known and regarded
    • Interact and work with the best of directors
    • Varied choice of subjects in productions
    • National level exposure

     

    Eligibility criteria

    • Minimum Five years of theatre experience
    • Formal training in theatre

     

    Selection will be based on an audition(s) and workshop.

     

    Application forms can be downloaded from here, and are also available at the SRCPA office.

    SRCPA Repertory Application form-2015

     

    Last date for submission of applications is 31-May-2015

    Audition and workshop scheduled for 4th week of June 2015.

     

    For more details, call 011-23714307, or email shriramcentre@srcpa.in.

    Or, you can just drop into Shri Ram Centre, 4, Safdar Hashmi Marg, New Delhi – 110 001

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  • Admissions open for SRCPA’s 2 years acting course

    HURRY! LAST DATE EXTENDED TILL 08-JUNE-2015!

    SRCPA announces yet another edition of the 2 years acting course.

    The first course ran in the year 1978!

    Classes will be held at Shri Ram Centre, Safdar Hashmi Marg, in the evenings 5 PM to 8 PM.

    Course highlights

    • Highly experienced faculty
    • Ample rehearsal space
    • Opportunity to interact with SRC repertory and other productions
    • Theatre theory and practicals
    • At least three stage productions per year

    Download prospectus and application forms from here:

    SRCPA 2 Years Acting Course Prospectus

    SRCPA 2 Years Acting Course Form

    For more details, please call SRC at 011-23714307

    Or, email us at shriramcentre@srcpa.in

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  • Connections

    A performing arts festival connecting people, cultures and epochs through innovative collaborations.

    With dancers from the Opera of Paris, the Spanish National Dance Company, Indian classical dancers and musicians, and Flamenco dancers and musicians.

    The festival is spread across 3 days 18-Mar-2014 to 20-Mar-2014.
    Check out our events calendar for the complete details.

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    19-Mar-14
    An evening of Flamenco dance and music with Karen Lugo’s group from Spain
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    Connections

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  • Bagia Banchharam ki

    Bagia Bancha Ram Ki is a Hindi comedy play directed by Baharul Islam. The story of the play is about a man, named Bancharam who is emotionally attached to a garden on which he invested all his youth. Even though, he is old how but the attachment seems to be stronger then ever.

    Chhekori, the land owner has an eye on the garden and dies with the sole desire to own the garden someday. Due to his unfulfilled desire, Chhekori turns into a ghost after his death and comes to Bancharam with an interesting offer.

    What is the offer? Will Bancharam accept it? What are the repercussions of the offer? These questions are answered with funny scenes and funnier dialogue. This play is a wonderful watch for theatre lovers.

    The SRC repertory has been performing since 2009, and have staged more then 25 shows in and outside Delhi.

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    Democracy in Heaven

    Democracy in heaven is a satire on politics which depicts the believe systems of the negative practices by so called politicians to keep hold on our democratic system with their flattering dreamy tricks. They pose to be a true icon of democracy but only in words. They overrule the true objectives of democracy. Seeing it from a neutral perspective they are the black farce of our time.

    After a successful political campaign, Minister Ali is returning to capital and gets killed in a car accident with his personal secretary Miss Kali (the bud) and assistant Mr. Bali. After death, their souls are taken to the other world by Jamraj (the god of death) for judgments before Chitragupta, whose office has kept the life track records of all the deeds of their mortal life. It is believed that they will get place only in hell but Minister Ali, with the help of sensuous Miss Kali succeeds to get permits of Heaven from Chitraguta and enters heaven. When Indra, the lord of heaven allots them their duties, Minister Ali refuses to accept and conspire a revolt against his age old monarchy. He challenges Lord Indra and provoke him to announce election to bring democracy as this the most contemporary system successfully prevailing in the world’s largest democracy; India. At last Indra announces election. Minister being a champion of democratic practice does campaign for voting against Indra. It brings new wave of hope and excitement in heaven.

    But after all flattering efforts of Minister Ali and his allies, Indra wins the election and invites Mr. Ali to join his party. Minister Ali refuses saying that, heaven is not a suitable place for his kind of politics so if Indra wants to offer him something, he must be send back to India for a rebirth as a politician. Indra consults Brahma and conveys that with reference to the Vishnu Avtar rule he will be granted a rebirth if a mortal mother wishes to give birth, the kind of politician he is, only then he will take rebirth, till then he will be thrown in the Aakash Galga (galaxy) to move around the earth.

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  • Janpath Kiss

    On Janpath, one of the busiest streets of New Delhi, a young married man sees a beautiful girl strolling on the pavement during her lunch break. They are total strangers to each other. But the man gets mesmerized by girl’s beauty and innocence…the girl slowly nears him…oblivious to his presence or intentions…as she reaches him…the man can’t resist…gets carried away…stops her in her tracks…holds her by her arms…gently and lovingly…and just starts kissing her…full on the lips…in full day light…in front of hundreds of passers-by…and then all hell breaks loose.

    The play probes the reasons of this act and, in the process, uncovers the double standards prevailing in our middle class and the so called moral values of our society. In the end the play gives a positive message of love and humanity to our audience.

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  • SRC’s Talent Search Production

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    If you know you are a performer, but have never had the time to pursue a full time course, here’s your chance.

    SRC invites yout to apply for the Talent Search Production.
    You audition. You win. You perform.
    And you get to work with the masters!
    Our mentor, reknowned director Shri K. Madavane!

    Eligibility:
    Minimum age………………..20 Years
    Theatre experience………..Participation in at least one play ( School level productions will not be considered)

    How to apply
    Last day of receipt of applications : 15th Oct’14
    ( Short listing candidates for the Audition will be parallel to the receipt of applications)

    Auditions : 16th Oct’14
    At Shri Ram Centre from 11.00AM to 5.00PM, the shortlisted candidates will be informed through email/ can see the list on the website/ can inquire on phone. A speech will be mailed to prepare for the Audition)

    Eight Days workshop (Paid) 17th -26th Oct’14

    Show date 8th Dec’14

    Application forms available at SRC, or can be downloaded from http://bit.ly/1m0HKVD.
    Application form’s cost is INR Rs 50.00.
    The Details on the Workshop fee & production fee can be inquired on phone 011-23731112 / shrirmacentre@srcpa.in

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