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  • We had such a special third rehearsal with Tasawwur's third cast today! Fun, intense, and earnest in equal parts, these teenagers really moved us with their willingness to trust, take risks, and take care of each other so early on in their group process. We are incredibly excited thinking about the people they will be and the show they will create by February!

    Dec 04,
    - by tasawwur
  • Tasawwur's third cohort brings together 22 Delhi teenagers between the ages of 14 and 18 from across lines of gender, class, caste, religion, and disability. The teenagers come from across the city including Gurgaon, RK Puram, Jamia Nagar, Khan Market, Saket and East Delhi. We are happy to announce that Zakir Husain Memorial Welfare Society that works with adolescent Muslim girls in the Jamia area is our newest partner! In this cycle, we have had quite a few participants come to us through word of mouth. Our show will stage over four nights in mid-February 2017.

    Nov 22,
    - by tasawwur
  • Mrinmoyee Majumdar is an arts-based therapist who has worked with at-risk children, young adults and women who have little access to mental health support in different parts of the country including Chattisgarh and Bastar. She is the Director of Kathakaar Trust which enables practitioners to access resources on arts-based therapy and provides a platform to engage with practitioners from around the world. We're really excited to welcome her on board!

    Oct 15,
    - by tasawwur
  • Tasawwur launches the third cycle of its transformative arts-for-social-change program for teenagers! Over the course of 100 hours, our cohort of teenage participants work with experienced and passionate facilitators. We use theater, writing, movement, and personal stories to explore and transform the most important social issues these young people face. Along the way, we work on the themes of inclusion, identity, conflict transformation, and leadership. The program culminates in a professional production written and directed by teenagers about the social issues most important to them and their vision for change. When: 13th November to 26th February, every Sunday 12:30 - 5:30 PM (with additional rehearsals during winter break, and shows from 16th-19th February) Where: Association for Ability Development and Inclusion

    Oct 04,
    - by tasawwur
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