Video Editor

Video Editor JOB DESCRIPTION: Part time, film and video editor The editor will produce virtual EnActe theatrical content – cine plays and short films, marketing and training videos and  EnActe School of Drama content. 20-25 hours per week   JOB DUTIES: Working with the EnActe Arts production team to produce cine plays and virtual theatrical […]

All for One, One for All

We partnered with eighteen amazing performing arts organizations in Silicon Valley to cooperatively raise funds. Art is the first responder for the soul. This Giving Tuesday we are honored to be part of an amazing group of Bay Area Performing Arts Organizations that have been bringing the healing power of Art to us this year. Knowing that this is […]

A Dive into History with Letters

As the Pandemic forced us to shut our physical doors we found several new windows to open. We produced our first Cine-Play in collaboration with Stagesmith Productions. We adapted Lavonne Mueller’s Letters to a Daughter from Prison, based on the letters between Jawaharlal Nehru and Indira Gandhi in the backdrop of India’s freedom movement. An […]

In The News: EnActe series spotlights women performers, playwrights

This year we launched our program for women performers and playwrights. Women EnActe for Themselves, or WEFT, presented its first show “Art of the Possible” by Indian writer Reena Kapoor. WEFT is “designed to support women writers on women’s issues, taking their emerging stories to completion.” Mercury News highlighted WEFT and our Beyond the Box programs. Check […]

Unlocked

The lockdown has affected us in different ways – introspective, illuminating, irritating, igniting, isolating. Needless to say we’ll never be the same again. Seven playwrights, write of their experiences, their perspectives of the 150 days of solitude, if not physically, certainly in the mind. The eight monologues in Hindi and English vary from the hilarious […]

Letters to a Daughter from Prison

‘Little one, may you grow up into a brave soldier in India’s service!’ Nehru the statesman is continually separated from his shy, intellectual daughter Indira Priyadarshini by the turmoil of building a country. They forge the bonds of a loving, nurturing and formative relationship through their detailed, prolific letters to each other. “I felt compelled […]