Date of Upload: 2023-07-21
"You need self-control in an out-of-control world."
This was truly depicted by the students of Grade IV-D when they presented Pandora's Box, a skit from Greek mythology, in the class assembly. It began with a shower of blessings of the almighty, followed by food for thought on inquisitiveness, and International, National, sports, and Prangan news. The audience (students from grades 2-5) sat glued to the spot as they were engrossed in the storyline. A contemporary music track was included to give it a little twist. The students had taken up their roles quite seriously and their acting was exemplary. They combined the power and intensity of live theatre. The plot explored elements of inquisitiveness especially when Pandora opened the box. The play ended on a pleasant note with a message of 'hope. The props and costumes added color to the grandeur of the play. The costumes were unique to each group of characters and every item complemented the other. It was a resounding success as Pranganites were able to relate it with themselves in all aspects of life.