All Play This Summer

This year’s edition will begin on April 25 and spread across the months of May and June, at the Juhu theatre hub.

By: Entertainment Feature Service | Published:April 12, 2014 1:48 am
A scene from The Boy Who Stopped Smiling which will be staged at the festival. A scene from The Boy Who Stopped Smiling which will be staged at the festival.

The city’s favourite annual children’s theatre festival, Summertime, is back. Launched in 1991 by Prithvi Theatre with an aim to nurture and encourage a younger audience in theatre, this year’s edition will begin on April 25 and spread across the months of May and June, at the Juhu theatre hub.

The lineup for Summertime 2014 includes 24 productions for all ages including a three-day act by Rambo Circus following the World Circus Day celebrations along with many premiering plays. Fourteen exciting workshops for children between the ages 6-16, are also a part of the festival. Conducted by professionals from various fields of arts and theatre, the sessions include three-pin juggling; mime and movement; acting for theatre; writing and imagination; improv and storytelling with props and puppets; and having fun with language and science. Registrations open this Sunday and for details visit prithvitheatre.org.

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