• Our show found a home in the Business Standard today. Here is what they have to say:                    Teenagers throw spotlight on social issues through theatre A dalit teen being bullied off the playground by dominant caste youth, a girl's struggle with domestic violence and a refugee's religious discrimination are themes dominant in a new theatre production by a group of teenagers. Titled "Walk," the play is based on lives and stories of 12 cast members, all in their teens, and in which no one plays their own part. Facilitated by Tasawwur, a city-based collective of artists and educators, the show brings together song, choreography, tableaus and stories to take audience through the

    May 21,
  • Here is what News Now and Chennai Online have to say about our show tomorrow. Teenagers address gender, caste issues through a play Taking a cue from their own life, 12 teenagers from diverse backgrounds would perform a  collaborative       production -- a play based on their life's struggle, dreams, hopes and social issues like gender and caste will be staged here. Titled "Walk", the show is born out of a four-month intensive arts-for-social-change curriculum wherein these teenagers transcend barriers of caste, class, gender, religion, and nationality to come together to teach each other about the social issues that affect them most deeply. To read the the rest of the article, click here. See you all tomorrow!

    May 21,
  • “Walk!”: A collaborative production inspired by the stories, struggles, dreams and hopes of a motley group of teenagers, premieres at Studio Safdar on 22nd and 23rd May, 2015. The show is born out of a 4 month intensive arts-for-social-change curriculum, in which 12 teenagers, cutting across barriers of caste, class, gender, religion, and nationality, came together to teach each other about the social issues that affect them most deeply as well as the changes they dream of. “Walk!" is based on the lives and stories of the cast members; while no one plays their own part, the stories are all true. Facilitated by Tasawwur, a collective of artists and educators, this show brings together song, choreography, tableaus, and stories to

    May 09,
  •     We are in today's Deccan Herald! Lovely to see our fledgling initiative being recognised and cheered on. Looking forward to having lots more that is newsworthy in the months and years to come. (apologies to folks with low vision or others who use screen readers. We tried, but failed, to get a copy of this text that we could upload as background text, and this photo isn’t great either. We wish you could all read this, but we're running up against the internet here. So sorry! ) Also: typo in the headline! But maybe yes, this time round, chance rather than change — agli baari se change hoga, pakka! ;)

    Feb 17,
    - by Aditi Rao
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