Teach Yourself The@tre
The Red Curtain International now has access to the talent that created award-winning the@tre.
The@tre that knows no borders. Where geography is history.
The audience, performer, and crew could be anywhere in the world with a wi-fi connection.
They share the same time and space.
We call it the@tre.
Whether your country is still under lockdown or theatre spaces have begun to open up, thanks to technology you can have an international paying audience be part of your live performance.
We're not talking 'pre-recorded' or live streaming where you can't sense the presence of the audience.
We mean performances where the audience that day changes the performance that day.
The very essence of theatre.
Here are four options for making the world your stage.
1. Learn-by-doing Webinars
No, you are not asked to turn off your video. You learn through the first language you ever knew.
Click here for this month's webinar.
2. From Physical to Phygit@l
Our workshop faculty will show you how to adapt any existing production,
or a completely new play, to a phygital performance.
Where you can perform to a local audience and a global audience, simultaneously.
We are doing this to demonstrate that it is possible
to perform to a paying audience.
For actors to earn, online.
Ask here for our learn-by-earning offer.
3. Twenty-session Learn-by-Producing Workshop
This course is conducted over 4 to 8 weeks and ends with you becoming a part of a new production by The Red Curtain. You perform along with veteran members of The Red Curtain.
The course fees are the equivalent of US$ 200. Proceeds go to our current cause.
A new batch will start as soon as 10 participants sign up.
Those who feel that they can not afford the fee but still want to learn
can apply through our internship program.
We invite students of theatre to apply for internships of between two to three months. Those new to digital and phygital the@tre can learn by earning at least $200 per project.
So how much the interns earn depend on how many projects
they have the time to take on.
We will only be recruiting people we believe can earn at least $200 per project.
And that's why an Internship Aptitude Test is an important part of
our Learn-By-Earning Internship Program.
Sumit Lai Roy
Pioneered ePlays for The Red Curtain.
Sumit is one of the Founder Members of The Red Curtain and has been involved in over 250 productions in his 50 + year affair with theatre. As Producer, Director, Actor, Stage Manager, Lighting Designer, Set Fabricator, Front-of-House Manager, and Prompter.
Professionally, he heads www.univbrands.com, a worldwide learn-by-earning coaching service that he runs from Kolkata, India. Sumit uses theatre coaching techniques to create brands out of businesses.
For The Red Curtain, he is passionate about growing people who grow theatre.
Workshop Technical Director
Production Manager for two of The Red Curtain's three ePlays.
Aaron has been involved with a prolific theatre group in Kolkata, called Theatrecian, since 2012. Apart from Acting, he loves the Theatre Crafts of Lighting and Sound Engineering.
As a graduate of SRFTI, a leading national Film and Television Institute in India, Aaron brings to ePlays a unique combination of talents: a practicing knowledge of Cinematography and Production Design, blended with his love for Theatre.
Aaron has been involved in scores of theatrical productions and recently played a pivotal role in the revival production of Wait Until Dark, in The Red Curtain's 50th Year Festival of Plays.
From Sanjeev Roy, Artistic Director, HokNatok
The e-play workshop run by The Red Curtain International was just the tonic our group needed.
We are Hoknatok, an amateur group of theatre lovers from Gurgaon.
Our latest production was scheduled for a mid May (2020) launch and then...
Sometime in August, we decided that we needed to adapt to the existing reality and plan shows online.
A fortuitous discussion with Sumit led to a customized workshop for us.
Learning what it will take to do a ‘zoom’ play, discovering the idiom, taking on the challenge of going ‘live’ online.
Besides learning new skills,
the workshop has provided renewed energy and focus to the group.
Everyone is talking about ‘tech checks’, light balance and raring to go.
this workshop is highly recommended to learn a new language
that will help to keep theatre alive and going in the virtual world.
Thank you, The Red Curtain International, for the ray of hope.