BHOPAL: City-based theatre actor and director Mohan Dwivedi held an interactive session with participants of a theatre workshop and elucidated the street plays to them here on Monday at Jagmohan Das School, P&T Square. The workshop is being organised by Rangsanchar theatre group of Bhopal.

Speaking about street play, Diwedi said, “Street Plays have played an important role during the independence struggle of the country. Today, if youth will bring the same passion in acting and presenting plays then it would be a great revolution,”

During the session, Dwivedi emphasised on one of the genres of theatre – Street play. He told the theatre aspirants that street plays have an importance and charm of their own. Whenever a street play is presented, it leaves an impact on the audience, as most of the street plays are based on social issues. He said that street plays are a way to converse with people giving out a message that leads to an action in favour of the society.

He also talked about the difference between acting for theatre and acting for television. Youngsters learning the basics of theatre industry were acquainted with the street play techniques.

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