Our students win hearts with their stellar performances!
At the Inter-house Dramatics Competition held this year, our students mesmerized the audience with their incredible talent, vision, creativity and imagination. Needless to say, it was a wonderful theatrical experience for our audience. This year, our young artists came up with unique and varied themes that focused on some of the most pressing issues of our time such as inequality and racism, the struggles of transgenders and gender-diverse people, and growing violence and aggressiveness among the youth.
We are so glad that we have some of the best budding actors, writers, and directors among us! Each of the four plays — Turf-War – An adaptation of “The American Crisis” (Autumn House), The Unnamed Love Suicide (Winter House), A Thousand Splendid Invisibles (Summer House), and And Then There Were None (Spring House) outshone the other in terms of originality, script, characterization, acting, and overall effect.
Yet another play that captivated the attention of the audience was ‘A Thousand Splendid Invisibles’ performed by Summer House. The play, originally scripted by our students, dealt with the constant discrimination and violence faced by people with myriad gender identities and sexual orientations in our society.
The judges were quite impressed with the excellent acting and directorial skills of our students and gave them recommendations on how to hone their craft.