July 31, 2011

Role plays & Communication


Practicing speech techniques for PWS can be a very boring task at times! Role plays offer a very interesting alternative. In role plays we learn holistic communication: reading & memorizing dialogues, recalling, improvising, emoting, use of body language, throwing our voice back to the audience, being alert and alive to the moment, working with a group etc... above all, having good fun while talking!
This is the video recording of a play in Hindi "Teen Bhikari" by Dr Girijasharan Agarwal. This play highlights the role of self effort: "Apna hath Jagannath!" - which happens to be TISA's motto too. Actors are the participants of the Mini Communication workshop organized by TISA at Herbertpur, Dehradun.
Well done- Abhishek, Anupinder, Umesh, Saurabh, Rajesh, Rakesh & Nishu!!

4 comments:

Rajesh said...

Role play was one of the best part of the workshop..i really enjoyed the play though my role was not so big....

anoop said...

this is my life time experience i enjoy it alot.....ohhh but i miss the original role play :(

Zeshan Ahmed said...

Very good work.. brothers.... really very nice... my wish to take such a role play...
is it public place? or setup by you Sir Sachin?

Er. Umesh said...

we enjoyed this role play. speaking dialogues like actors really a very nice feeling :-)