Dance Drama on Health by Rangmanch se Healthy

Monday, May 7, 2018

Nutritonist Rama Mehta and her team presented a dance drama “ Sapno n Ke Par “ about health and healthy lifestyle on 27th of April at Vasantha Bhawan .The dance drama was entertaining, informative and was successful in creating a positive vibe among the audiences.

Watching people struggle to become healthy and looking for a support system to shift smoothly into better health habits made Rama Mehta initiate a start-up called Rangmanch se Healthy. Her vision is to enhance health and wellbeing in both community settings and for individuals. Working with real stories gives us the opportunity to learn about health contexts from both a viewer’s perspective and as a participant. And motivate people to initiate change more effectively using art and creativity.
There’s a deep link between an individual’s behaviour and health. Unhealthy behaviours become habits and can cause people to gain weight, fall into trap of lifestyle related issues and ailments or even shorten their lifespan.

Going through ups and down of life, we often struggle with loss or gain in appetite, problems with sleep, anxiety and stress. Drama or theatre induces self-reflection by engaging with stories performed. It’s thought provoking and also gives release to emotions.

Rangmanch se healthy is not only a source of entertainment it also gives us a new perspective of observing behaviours as participants and audience while bringing about a change.

Rangmanch se Healthy is a team effort works around solutions for health issues/ behaviours using creativity and spontaneity, which if ignored promote lifestyle diseases. We create beautiful stories and operate on minimum budget with the vision to give back to society and spread message of health on vast scale.

Sapno Ke Paer

Synopsis:

We are hard wired for stories. We love listening to and voicing our stories. It gives release and expression to our feelings along with learning new solutions. This drama is about dreams, aspirations, struggles, behaviours and their impact on health. It’s a story of three friends wishing to pursue their dreams whilst meeting their responsibilities.

Can we fulfil our dreams while making right choices of healthy lifestyle, pursuing hobbies, job opportunities and handling day- to- day situations?

Scene 1: The drama moves in flash back when three friends (Vaani, Soni and Dhaani) meet each other incidentally in a college fest as judges. They reflect back and share their life journey with each other.

Scene 2: This scene opens with 1st character Vaani’s school days, her passion, struggles and obstacles.

Scene 3: Vaani reveals her attraction towards her love- Vishal and how her parents endorse her relationship.

Scene 4: It is Vaani’s wedding sequence where Vaani shares her secret of her attraction towards Vishal.

Scene5: This scene reveals Vaani’s stress and irritation about not being productive. It begins to affect her relationship with her husband and family.

Scene 6: Introduction of 2nd character –Soni who is disturbed by her husband’s beliefs and his anxieties.

Scene 7: This scene depicts an important and relevant issue related with child abuse and gives an insight on how to be a better support and help our children facing such problems.

Scene 8: The drama attempts to find solutions for the manifold issues that one tussles with every day. This scene introduces another character Dhaani- who is a mentor and a consultant and plays a change in the lives of the people.

Scene 9: It is the final scene of drama that offers insight and solutions. Life is full of challenges however every challenge leads us to a solution and these solutions depend upon the choices we make.

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