Smoke & Mirrors
Conducted Live Online
Think Like Holmes
Intense whodunit drama game based on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s stories of Sherlock Holmes.
Smoke & Mirrors is a multiplayer game based on the Sherlock Holmes stories, where players work together to investigate a crime scene to nail the culprit. In the process they get involved in playing various roles, creating scenarios, studying the forensic evidence, probing suspects and deploying deductive reasoning to solve the crime mystery.
The 7-seven sessions program is a deeply engaging experience for the players, where they use all their mental faculties to solve some very complex riddles.
Key Skills Involved
The game is in its season-3 currently and will include these three episodes-
3 case files/episodes
7 sessions of 60 min each
Open for anyone above 18 years of age
No. of number of participants 7 to 10
Rs 7000/- per participant
Vaishali Chakravarty is one of India's leading drama & life skills educators and the founder of Joy Of Drama. In her career as a theatre actor, Vaishali has worked in several full length productions with the Actor Factor Theatre Company.
As the academic consultant with Trinity College London, Vaishali has trained teachers, students and parents at major schools and institutions across India.
Vaishali founded Joy Of Drama in 2015, a fast growing drama and life skills training organization with centres across India and a number of successful online programs. Here she leads a team of specialist teachers and researchers to design and conduct research based, intelligence and life skills through drama, training programs for children, young adults and teachers.
Vaishali is one of the few theatre practitioners who have trained extensively in both the traditional and the contemporary forms. In addition to training under the Manipuri physical theatre masters Sabitri Devi and Late Heisnam Kanhailal, Vaishali has formally trained in Drama & Speech and has subsequently been awarded the ‘Associate of Trinity College London – (ATCL) Diploma with Distinction’ and 'Licentiate of Trinity College London - (LTCL) Diploma with Merit' in Speech & Drama and Performance Arts respectively. She has attended the Shakespeare Summer School at the Royal Academy Of Dramatic Art (RADA), London and completed the Professional Development Program in Drama In Education at the University Of Dublin, Ireland.