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St. Andrew's Centre for Philosophy & Performing Arts

St. Andrew's Centre for Philosophy & Performing Arts

St. Andrew's Centre for Philosophy & Performing Arts St. Andrew's Centre for Philosophy & Performing Arts

About Us

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St. Andrew’s Centre for Philosophy and Performing Arts is where academicians, research scholars, students, culture enthusiasts, artists and community members work in a collaborative environment to create rich, engaged learning and teaching experiences in the field of Art, Literature and Performing Arts; the Centre is first of its kind in Mumbai with academically rich courses in the specialised fields of art and culture open to all. St. Andrew’s Centre for Philosophy and Performing Arts is a brain child of Fr. Magi Murzello and Dr. Omkar Bhatkar. They at SAPP invite individuals to become members of an intellectually diverse, active learning community for lifelong learning. The Courses run by SAPP are usually priced at a lesser cost, as the Centre seeks to bridge the economic gap between the artist and art. SAPP curates lecture series, readings, workshop and performances.



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BOOK DISCUSSION: HALLA BOL

PLAY PERFORMANCE - MACHINE

PANEL DISCUSSION

Q&A

READING EXCERPTS FROM THE PLAY 'HALLA BOL"

Sunday 4th  March, 12:30 PM 

CHILDREN'S THEATRE FESTIVAL 2020

SHE NO PRINCESS, HE NO HERO

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Sunday , 23rd February, 11:30 AM

Performed Reading In English 

Written by Magali Mouge

Performed Reading Directed by Omkar Bhatkar  

 Leïli and Nils are in the same class. Leïli likes to hunt, dress like boys, and gel her short hair. Nils likes to wear his hair long, shows his emotions, and is not physically strong. Neither conforms to gendered roles that society dictates. Told through the voices of Leïli and Nils, this intimate and poignant theater piece transports the audience into the mind of young boys and girls confronting the cultural stereotypes imposed on them as they come of age.  

Alliance Française de Bombay in collaboration with St. Andrew's Centre for Philosophy & Performing Arts and Metamorphosis Theatre Inc  

BINYA KI CHATRI

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Sunday 23th  February, 6:30 AM

 Play Performance in Hindi      

Directed   By Geetanjali Kaul

   Binya   Ki Chatri is an adaptation from Ruskin Bond’s “The Blue Umbrella”. Binya gets   a Blue Umbrella which is envied by each one in the whole of Garhwal.   Rambharosa owns a tea stall and Shabnam, Firoz’s wife who jointly owns a   Shawl Shop. Both want the umbrella and keep conspiring until one day the   umbrella is stolen. 

Entry   Free, Only through Registration on www.sappmumbai.com

I NEED TO PEE!

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Saturday 29th February , 9:30 AM

 An interactive storytelling  

 With neha singh 

       Based   on her acclaimed book “I need to pee”, Neha will conduct an interactive   storytelling session, talking about things that are taboo. 

Entry Free, Only through Registration on   www.sappmumbai.com

VIKRAM AND BETAL

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 Saturday 29th February, 11:30 AM     

Puppet  and Shadow Theatre

Directed  by Madhuri Kale

   A presentation using Life size puppet, Dance, Drama and Shadow Puppets created especially for the young audience. All the puppets are handmade by Magical Whispers team from Recycled material  

Magical Whispers Presentation   

 Tickets on BookMyShow 

CAPTAIN COCONUT AND THE CASE OF THE MISSING BANANAS

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 Saturday 29th February, 6:30 PM  

   Play  Performance In English

Directed  by Shaili Sathyu

 Meet the ace detective Captain Coconut, whose brain can solve any mystery, large or small. In the 'Case of the Missing Bananas', Captain Coconut finds himself on a slippery trail of peels and numbers. Come see if, and how he solves the case. Maybe you could help him and his brain…    Gillo Repertory Presentation  

Tickets on BookMyShow 

ARTS CALENDAR AND CHILDREN

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 Sunday 1st March, 9: 30 AM

      Workshop

with Shaili Sathyu 

    Parents   know that the arts are important for young children. But how do you plan an   arts calendar for your child? Come, join this workshop to know more about how   the arts can be an integral part of your life as a family.    Entry Free, Only through Registration on   www.sappmumbai.com  

GOSHTRANG

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 Sunday 1st March, 11: 30 AM

         Play Performance In Marathi 

Directed by Geetanjali Kulkarni 

   Adapted from diverse literature stories will come alive in multilingual format.
Stories such a Ka Ka Kumari by Mahashweta Devi, Korika Navacha Patanga by Sharada Kolluru, Kapilene Ghetla Zhoka by Jujja and Tomas Wieslander Mul Saarya Gaavacha by – Jane Kowen Fletcher will be performed in Marathi.
Quest Presentation  Entry Free, Only through Registration on www.sappmumbai.com  

THÉÂTRE DE PAPIER

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Tuesday 25th February, 

10: 30 AM  to 5: 30 PM 

Workshop With Frédéric Simon

    Toy theater, also called paper theater and model theater, is a form of miniature theater dating back to the early 19th century in Europe. Toy theaters were often printed on paperboard sheets and sold as kits at the concession stand of an opera house, playhouse, or vaudeville theater. The workshop is open to all those enthusiastic about Paper, Theatre, Toys and Stories  

Entry Free, Only through Registration on www.sappmumbai.com  

BERTOLT

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 Sunday 1st March, 6 PM  

 Play Performance in English

Directed  By Omkar Bhatkar

    Bertolt is about a boy who enjoys playing alone, this is a story that affirms the imagination. And because the boy's best friend is an old oak, it's also a story about being an individual. And then, it's a story about loss, sorrow, and acceptance as well, But mostly it's a story about childhood and how through play and observation we come to know ourselves. 

Bertolt is a parable of belonging, reconciling love and loss, and savouring solitude without suffering loneliness. Adapted from the book 'Bertolt by Jacques Goldstyn.  

St. Andrew's Centre for Philosophy & Performing Arts 

& Metamorphosis Theatre Inc Presentation 

Tickets on BookMyShow    

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