The three-day drama workshop concluded at Pakistan National Council for Arts (PNCA) on Thursday, arranged for youngsters with prime focus on basic techniques of drama and acting.
The workshop, which started on Tuesday, was conducted by Waqar Azeem, around 30 young students from different institutions across the country, were trained in the field of drama acting including history of drama, delivery of dialogues, facial expression, gestures and script writing.
PNCA Director General Mashood Ahmad Mirza distributed the certificates among participants of the workshop.
Speaking at the occasion, he said that Pakistani drama has earned name in the world for its good quality, content and acting styles.
“We have talent and tried to provide a platform for the new generation,” he said, adding the PNCA and the Ministry for Integration and Heritage provided a complete forum to the youngsters through this workshop for polishing their skills in the field of drama and theatre.