Coconut Theatre has taken-up the Chai-Wai & Rangmanch – 2020 project to connect the world through theatre. 

Chai-Wai & Rangmanch – 2020 organise a daily Online Session with one Theatre Expert from India and various other countries on their official Coconut Theatre Facebook Page at 6 PM Indian Standard Time i.e. Veteran Actors, Award-Winning Playwrights & Directors, Make-up Specialist, Music Composers, Designers, Choreographers and Technicians share their Golden Experiences, also their personal life Inspiration which can be useful to any aspiring Theatre Student, Amateur Theatre Artists, Writers, Directors, Music Composers, Choreographer, Make-up Artists, Designers, Technicians and Theatre Groups and entire theatre fraternity. These sessions are open for all and no registration is required.

The objective is to connect entire Theatre Fraternity LOCALLY & GLOBALLY be on one platform to emphasize avenue of learning also to build a career. Our vision is to achieve 100+ sessions before 31st July 2020. This archive will be available shortly on Coconut Theatre YouTube Channel with no cost”, shares Rashmin Majithia – Managing Director (Coconut Media Box LLP.)

A Few senior Theatre Experts like Padma Shri & Sangeet Natak Akademi Award Winner Smt. Rita Ganguly, Shri Bansi Kaul, Shri Manoj Joshi, Smt. Neelam Mansingh, Shri Satish Alekar, Makarand Deshpande, Mahesh Dattani, K.K. Raina, Lillete Dubey, Rakesh Bedi and many more have been a part of the venture.

Post sessions with International Speakers a line-up with Indian Theatre Experts is also scheduled. Which includes Theatre legends Mr.M.S.Sathyu and Mr.Prasanna, Theatre and Bollywood Actress Sonali Kulkarni, Theatre & Bollywood Actors Rajpal Yadav & Rajat Kapoor, Music Director Kuldeep Singh, Writer Ranjit Kapoor & Saumya Joshi, Actor Sumeet Raghavan, Waman Kendre (Ex-Director – National School of Drama), Director Parvez Akhtar, Actresses Apara Mehta & Bharati Achrekar and on-going.

For more information visit Coconut Theatre!

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