Theatre is one if the very few performing arts styles
that have continued to amplify the voice of the masses ever since its
Mystic Acts believes that life and learning are part
of a never ending process. We are a group of creative, passionate and determined
youth from all over the country who have come together to quench their thirst
for formidable art and performance.
Similarly the process of self actualization and
amplification are continuous in nature. We, at Mystic Acts believe in change
and that change is a continual phenomenon. The theater styles of Mystic Acts
encompasses mythology, literary, experimental and modern day exhibition.
However, the soul of performance is guided by past
learnings and betterment of the future, thereby completing an everlasting
circle of change. Hence, We Are Mystic Acts.
The group and its members have been a part of the
theatre journey in India. Amano has been known for his association with Prithvi
Theater and direction of landmark plays like Neelkanthi-Ek Kanth Vishpai, The Elephant Journey, Karna,
Mohen jo daro, Farhan Akhtar Ki
Ishqbaji, Bichchoo and Jallianwala Bagh.
WHAT YOU LEARN
Self-Confidence: By performing in front
audience the student get the confidence to trust on his own ideas and abilities. This will be
applied to his life, career and school.
Imagination: Thinking out of the box, and
interpreting familiar material in new ways. Einstein said, “Imagination is more important than knowledge.”
Empathy: Acting in a roles for
different situations, time periods, and different cultures promotes compassion and it develops tolerance for
others’ feelings and viewpoints.
Collaboration: It combines the new ideas
and abilities of its participants. This cooperative
includes discussing, sharing, negotiating, rehearsing, and performing.
Concentration: Performing in a play develops a constant focus of mind, body, and voice, which also helps in life and
in school subjects.
Communication Skills: In a play a student enhances
verbal and nonverbal expression of ideas. It also improves voice
projection, articulation of words, and fluency with language.
Emotional Outlet: In the play the student is
allowed to express a range of emotions. Sadness, aggression and tension are
released in a safe, controlled environment, reducing antisocial behaviors.
Relaxation: Theatre activities reduce
stress by releasing mental, physical, and emotional tension.
· Physical Fitness: Movement in drama improves body balance,
coordination, flexibility, and control.
These benefits are core to the learning of
theatrical arts in addition to: