“Main akela hi chala tha janib-e-manzil magar, Log saath aate gaye aur karwaan banta gaya”, tells the crux of Avneesh Mishra’s dream journey “Rangshila”.

Rangshila started in 2008 with the vision of giving a platform to all art lovers and dreamers. Over the fabulous journey of 8 years, it cultivated into a huge family of theater artists “Rangshilans”. The success story of Rangshila starts with its highly acclaimed and loved commercial plays, “The Great Raja Master Company, Teesvi Shatabadi, Refund” which are continued being performed even today at various prestigious theaters of India. Receiving audience’s immense love, support and enthusiasm fueled Rangshilans to serve them with tons of entertainment year by year.

With the idea to give the chance to budding artists to nurture themseleves into a thearist, rangshila extended its platform with the program known as “Parados To Stage”. “Parados To Stage” has been giving the cutting edge to the talent through rigorous training by great mentors Shashi Chaturvedi, Avneesh Mishra, Sunil Sinha, Tom Alter, Hemant Pandey and many others. This program has been helping theater lovers extensively to realize their potential and become a true performer. The tremendous response in Productions conducted under “Parados To Stage” program, added another feather in Rangshila’s Hat.

Taking theater into corporate world would have never been imagined, but yes Rangshila helped many Corporate teams to undergo behavioral training through Theater based workshops. With highly influential client list from the Corporate world like Future Group, IBM, Infosys, TATA etc, explains the success of this program over last few years.

Rangshila continues to take Theater into all different aspects of life and making people beleive what they can acheive through theateric workshops and art. Rangshila’s journey has been glorious and empowering, expanding day by day, it is committed to enlightening lives with Theater.

One thought on “8 Glorious Years Of Rangshila

  • Amit Raj

    I really impressed with the vision of the Rangshila Theatre. I hope the Rangshila would be helpful for the struggling artist’s.


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