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Natrang's children winter theatre, dance workshop concludes
1/12/2023 10:58:17 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Jan 12: Natrang's Winter Theatre & Dance Workshop for Children concluded here today with the wonderful performance of a new play in English play 'The Wizard of Oz' written by L. Frank Baum, directed by Neeraj Kant and choreographed by Sunny Mujoo at Abhinav Theatre, Jammu. Children exhibited their acting skills which they imbibed during this short immensely creative workshop. Earlier welcoming the august gathering at Abhinav Theatre, Director Natrang Padmashree Balwant Thakur informed that this perhaps the only children's creative initiative in Jammu and Kashmir which Natrang has been endeavoring since last over Thirty years. Aimed at developing the overall personality of the children, we have introduced many latest developed techniques of human development using the innovative devices of theatre and arts. On the occasion he appealed the parents and schools to promote theatre amongst children. Theatre is the most magical medium of transformation of personalities.
The play presented by children 'Wizard of Oz' opened with Dorothy Gale is on the family farm in Kansas. She is an orphan cared for by her Uncle Henry, her Aunt Em, and her little dog Toto. When a tornado rips through Kansas, Dorothy and her dog, Toto, are whisked away in their house to the magical Land of Oz, crushing and killing the Wicked Witch of the East. Dorothy learns from the Witch of the North that her best bet for returning to Kansas lies in appealing to the Wizard of Oz, in Emerald City. It's a dangerous journey, but Dorothy is determined to go. Soon after departing Dorothy makes three new friends: the Scarecrow, the Tinman, and the Cowardly Lion. Each asks to accompany her, for they too have favors to ask of the Wizard. The Scarecrow wishes for a brain, the Tinman for a heart, and the Lion for courage. The wizard asks the group to kill the Wicked Witch of the West and she will grant their wishes. During their quest, Dorothy and Toto are captured by flying monkeys and taken to the Wicked Witch, but the ruby slippers protect her. The Scarecrow, Tin Man, and Cowardly Lion free Dorothy, but are pursued by the Witch and her guards. They are cornered by the Witch, who sets fire to the Scarecrow. When Dorothy throws a bucket of water onto the Scarecrow, she inadvertently splashes the Witch, which causes her to melt away. In end they all get what they want except for Dorothy. The good witch tells her that all she needs to do is click her heels together three times and say "there's no place like home". Dorothy bids her friends farewell. Then she grabs Toto, clicks her heels-and finds herself back in Kansas. Those who acted in the play included Aarav Vaid, Advik Sharma, Daivansh Singh Rakwal, Isha Agri, Kavya Charak, Divyam Charak, Kavya Sharma, Nitara Sawhney, Prial Ashok Gupta, Sadhya Sharma, Sandeep Agri, Sheikh Hamid, Soham Sagotra, Tanisha, Aadhya Thukral, Aarjav Jain, Araiya Shan, Devangi Sharma, Gaurangi Sharma, Jeevansh Sharma, Kavya Jandial, Mehak Chib, Noor Abrol, Riya Jandial, Samrat Sharma, Sharvil Mahajan, Vihaan Pandotra, Shranaya Mahajan and Supria Gorka. The lights of the play were executed by Neeraj Kant and the sound was rendered by Aarti Devi. The show was coordinated by Mohd. Yaseen and the hall management were looked after by Kushal Bhat. The show was presented before the audience by Gauri Thakur.
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