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  2. 2. Platform for Action in Creative Theater (PACT) iscurrently involved in Theatrics, Arts and CulturalManagement and also work as a facilitatingplatform.We also engage ourselves in Training Programsusing theater as a tool. With our uniqueoutreach programs, designed for children andadults alike, we reach to more than 15000participants every year identifying anddeveloping their special skills.Company Profile
  3. 3. To become the most recognizable brand intheater world, by involving ourselves in everyprocess of theater including education andtraining.Our Vision
  4. 4. To forge and merge the creative talents amongst the pupil, to develop them holistically in artistic environs and to create a platform whereby an imaginative and inspired experience can take place.Our Mission
  5. 5. Our People
  6. 6. • Graduate from prestigious NUS Business School, Singapore • Has over 8 years experience in various industries • Worked with global companies like ING and Reliance Capital on different projects • Business Head at PACTNeeraj Mehta
  7. 7. • Over 20 years of experience as a training, e- learning, and communication professional • Doctorate in Media and Educational Technology from Boston University • Wide experience in banking, IT, venture capital, and manufacturing and health industries. • She also writes on topics ranging from advertising, marketing, training, travel and cultureRohini B Ramanathan
  8. 8. •Masters degree in Theatre from Miami University and pursuing PhD in Theater from Jawahar Lal Nehru University •Directed over 25 Plays in India and the United States. •Has over 20 publications to her credit appearing in Theatre India and IGNOU publications and has read in international conferences held in Dubai, Pakistan, Japan and Serbia. •Her expertise lies in Feminism, Children’s theatre and Augusto Boal Techniques •Currently writing a book in Drama and Music Education, “From the Children of India to the Children of America” • Artistic Director at PACTGouri Nilakantan
  9. 9. • Professional actor, director, translator, and teacher with over 20 years of experience in childrens theatre. • His areas of expertise range from Theatre of the Oppressed to Drama Therapy and Drama for Literacy. • He currently serves as the Teacher-in- Residence for Curtain Call Theatre for Children in Kokomo, Indiana • Over 50 productions to his credit • Artistic Director and Lead Teacher at PACTPaul “Spike” Wilson
  10. 10. Our Work
  11. 11. Our theater workshop is specifically designed to help each student focus and develop their, • Communication Skills • Expressions in a better way• Critical Thinking Ability• Leadership skills and Team Spirit• Moral and Spiritual values• Sensitivity & Understandingtowards the feelings of others• Fostering Peer Acceptance andSelf-worthAbhivyakti - Workshop
  12. 12. • The largest children theater activity of its kind • Spread over a month across various venues in Delhi and NCR • Around 250 schools directly participating in this month long event• The event will be exposed to over500,000 students and over 2000 schools inDelhi and NCR• Entirely driven by children• Individual as well as group awards andrecognition• Winning team goes to Europe to performPurple Umbrella - Festival
  13. 13. • Customized productivity enhancement programs to let employeesgrow beyond present boundaries and fully align with business goals• Using simulations, role plays and anecdotal support, our series ofinteractive programs are designed to help improve performance onthe job and beyond• Panel of certified trainers•deliver customized end to endlearning and developmentsolutionsAbhimanch - Training
  14. 14. • Well defined and comprehensive Theater Syllabus provides an insight tounderstanding, appreciation, and critical perceptions of the theatrical event• The Syllabus focuses on, Elements of theatrical practice Artists and innovators of theatre throughout history Theatres development as an art form and a socialphenomenon Participation in class forum discussions Sharing of critiques and short reports Offers avenues to explore students individualtheatrical interests Optional attendance at theatrical events offersfirst hand experience in theatre arts. Theater Syllabus
  15. 15. • “PACT Certification for Excellence in Imparting Theater Education” is atraining module for teachers in the process of theater• Hands on training program that will make the teachers equipped to impartthe knowledge of theater to children• The process will include: Introduction to theater Icebreaking and Trust Games in Theater Exploring sight and sound in theater Poetry reading Creative writing - Building the story line anddialogue writing Acting and Stage makeup Theater Craft work - Puppetry Improvisation and Acting Script reading with a focus on expression, dictionand pronunciation Blocking and the techniques of rehearsing a play Certification Programs
  16. 16. Few of Our Clients
  17. 17. Cultural Events
  18. 18. PACT offers an integrated approach toInstitution’s Cultural and Annual Day programsCultural Events
  19. 19. PACT offers an integrated approach toInstitution’s Cultural and Annual Day programsIncluding… •Conceptualization •Preparation •ImplementationCultural Events
  20. 20. Schools we worked with…
  21. 21. Platform for Action In Creative Theater (PACT)Phone New Delhi C/10, Amar Colony Main MarketNeeraj Mehta Lajpat Nagar – IVCell Ph : +91-9871369845 New Delhi, 110024,IndiaOffice Ph : +91-1146517241 Gurgaon 149, National Media CenterEmail Shankar Chowk Gurgaon, 122002, 2/33, Kamal Mansion 2nd Floor Arthur Bunder Road Near Radio Club, Colaba Mumbai, 400005, IndiaContact Us
  22. 22. Thank You