Today’s workshop was fulls of hiccups, embarrassments, awkward moments, uncomfortable revelations, and (in retrospect) the incredible realisation that somehow, despite it all, things come together in bizarre ways. I’m grateful.
I’m finally making use of this blog’s video theme to bring you a poor-quality excerpt from this week’s workshop. Really should have shot it with my camera, not my phone, I guess!
This week’s edition (Part II): successful epic art project, frozen juice, a roomful of mildly befuddled spectators, and other adventures
In this week’s edition (Part I) I learn to ask for people’s names when requesting things on the phone, how organised sports can quite quickly become disorganised, that 10-year-olds are not as quick at arts and crafts as I am (who knew?) and how to say the days of the week in Tamil.
Second theatre workshop with the wonderful youngsters at Kakkaiyankulam. Esh joined me in this week’s edition, and we took in the sights and deilghts of Vavuniya on a Sunday (we soon learned this is the quietest day of the week!). I know the children will be bitterly disappointed not to see her next Monday, though.