During the II International Theater Festival IAPAR in Pune, India, the festival’s organizers created a platform of workshops directed by the invited artists to promote and spread the knowledge about different ways of making theater and different methods used in our field. I got the chance to do two workshops: one for the University of Theater of Pune, open only to the students of the last year of university and another one open to the public in Kalachaya Cultural Center. In the first one there were 24 participants and in the second one 40!!! They told me that many people wanted to participate but they had to refuse many of them because 40 it was enough! Thank’s god! It was anyway a beautiful experience and I am very glad the participants were so engaged and happy to be there and learn.