Last updated: 21 April 2017
DRAMATECH stages classic Hindi and English plays at Sri Ram Centre and Alliance Francaise, Delhi and at Epicentre, Gurgaon.
We offer group theatre workshops for Children - SUMMERFUN - and personal workshops - FROM GOOD TO GREAT - for adult aspiring actors. We also offer workshops and productions with Schools and Colleges. For more information, please see WORKSHOPS.
We also offer to Direct and Produce musical and straight plays, in Hindi or English, for Schools and Colleges. We have already staged productions with schools in Delhi and NOIDA. For more information, pl write to: firstname.lastname@example.org
We offer Modules of 30 to 90 minutes of comedy series and/or popular music by reputed singers for CORPORATE EVENTS and SUPPER THEATRE and MALLS. For more information, pl write to: email@example.com
INDIAN AND WESTERN MUSIC CONCERTS
Tarannum, the music cell of Dramatech, periodically holds Music concerts, both Indian and Western. Several concerts have been staged, at India Habitat Centre, India International Centre and Alliance Francaise, Delhi.
Tarannum can also hold concerts for your school or college, corporate or organisation. The repertoire for such concerts will be mutually worked out, but will lean towards semi-classical songs, patriotic and devotional songs, group songs, from films and not from films, too.
TARANNUM INDIAN MUSIC CHOIR holds concerts of devotional, patriotic, regional songs.
Corporates, schools, colleges can make bulk bookings for our plays for their employees, members, students, clients, customers, dealers, and their families. Bulk-bookings of 50-400 tickets have been made for our plays by Rediff.com, ONGC, GAIL, Navbharat Times, Exchange4Media.com, Zenith Optimedia, Solutions, August, BIRD&Co, HSBC Bank, HP.
Organisations may even book a full show at Sri Ram Centre, or at their own auditorium.
Sponsors are welcome to support our productions. Our past sponsors include Navbharat Times, ONGC, BIRD&Co, and GAIL. Sponsorship benefits include Logo promotion on posters, tickets and ads, plus complimentary tickets.
TALENTED ENGLISH-SPEAKING ACTORS with an outstanding theatre background may contact us for our next production, giving details of plays / roles done, venue, etc. We regret we will not be able to accomodate freshers or those with limited experience as our requirement is limited. Freshers may please look up our Workshop notice.
GOOD SINGERS, any age, may contact us for our upcoming TARANNUM INDIAN MUSIC CHOIR.
EXCEPTIONALLY TALENTED SINGERS - Indian or Western - will be considered for solo or group concerts. Please write giving details of singing experience, concerts done (if any), etc.
For all the above, you may write to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our members include Working Professionals (from Hewlett-Packard, BHEL, IAS, Indian Railways, KPMG, Pepsico, GlaxoSmithKline, Accenture, Times of India, Airtel, Oye FM, Aaj Tak), Students (from IIT Delhi, LSR, JMC, SRCC, Vasant Valley School, DPS RKP/VK/EOK/GrN, Mothers Intl), Entrepreuners (Ezeeflex Plastics, Nakshatra Cineaste, ROOTS Advertising, Brown Heart Chocolates), and Homemakers.
A still from EK JAAM AUNTIYON KE NAAM, hindi adaptation of Joseph Kesselring's ARSENIC AND OLD LACE.
For Bulk-booking of tickets, Sponsorships, Exclusive shows, please write to:
A note on Theatre Etiquette:
* Our plays begin on time. Pl take your seat 10 min before start time.
* Pl allow 5 min for parking.
* Pl switch off your mobile phone when entering the auditorium.
* No speaking on the mobile, nor going out in the midst of a performance to take a call. At times we have actually seen people take a call while seated. Its horrifying!
* However much you love watching a play, bringing an infant along is not done. He would neither let you nor your neighbours enjoy the performance. All of us have gone thru this phase and regretfully, there's no way out.
* No eating in the hall, particularly chips. The crackling sound of the pack and your munching disturbs the audience. Remember, this is not a movie.
* No going in and and out, even to the washroom. Better done before you come in.
* If you have a persistent cough, that particular week is avoidable as far as going to the theatres is concerned.
Thank you for reading!
Ankur Chopra, son of our Executive Members Sanjiv and Renu S Chopra, is an active member of a theatre group in London:
Still from play EK JAAM AUNTIYON KE NAAM (hindi of Arsenic and Old Lace), Sri Ram Centre, 2008. Selected among Sahitya Kala Parishad's Best Plays of the Year.
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