Thursday, March 2, 2017

Annual Day

The thrill of being in a different era, the era of the Peshawas, or so it seems from the expression on this boy’s face. 


These children were taking part in a dance show and it’s a first time that they are on stage. 


Three dressed up for three plays, all from different era 


It was good to see the kids tying their own ghungroo and getting ready for the dance  



I saw the Lezim performed by this group at three different places, (twice in Mumbai and once in Pune) but the best coordinated movement was here on stage at the Annual Day function.


Sharing the water bottle while waiting for their call.


This little guy captured everyone’s heart with his depiction of Raj Kapoor’s  song Mera Joota Hai Japani


There was this little girl who had to spin round and round holding the dia (lamp) in her hands. After the spin, she was feeling giddy and everyone thought she would fall, but she stood her ground and was steady till the curtains closed. Here she is doing another skit to the tune of “ata majhi satakli”


The school ensured that all the 43 students were on the stage doing something or the other as per their capacity. Liked the idea of the seniors giving a helping hand wherever required.    


Each one gave their best and the parents were thrilled to see this new avataar of their kids.


5 comments:

Andrew said...

They seem lack self consciousness, not a bad thing for performing. It is great that they have a chance to perform.

Jenny Woolf said...

A lot of talent there it seems. I never know how anyone manages to spin around and not get dizzy but some professional dancers seem to do it a lot. I have always wondered how.

Geetika Gupta said...

These pictures are so cute. And children performing on stage is always been such a beauty to visit!

Cheers

Ginnie said...

It's always wonderful to see children given the opportunity to express themselves. They are our future, aren't they!

WordsPoeticallyWorth said...

Glad they all enjoyed it - and the parents too! I liked the photographs, great costumes. Thank you. Love love, Andrew. Bye.