Views : 6 | Event Date : 2019-01-19
Come along as we try out some improv games. And loosen up as we test your knowledge, and learn tips and tricks of stand-up, and speak easy on matters of mental health!
It's Okay to Talk. Come Join Us.
Open for all. No prior movement/ theatre experience necessary.
Blessin is an accessibility researcher and a theatre practitioner based in New Delhi. Since 2014, he has been working on mental health and improvisational theatre; and has collaborated with various theatre productions and improv groups for shows and corporate workshops in Delhi, Chandigarh, Ahmedabad, Jaipur, and Nashik. His improvisational techniques are influenced by Keith Johnstone's 'impro system'. Blessin is also a NASSCOM recognized Social Innovator and has been working on accessibility and developmental disabilities since 2013
Sanchana Krishnan is a mental health activist who founded Okay; Not Okay, an initiative to smash the silence around mental health in India. A lifetime with bipolar disorder has opened her mind to the multitude of human experiences and allowed her to master the art of difficult conversations that are so important for good mental health. She intends to study to become a therapist - just not one that remains within the four walls of a clinic! She's a true child of the ocean and advocates for the healing powers of travel, books, and chai.