Bishop’s students successfully present stage adaptation of Rumpelstiltskin

ST CORRESPONDENT
Thursday, 2 November 2017

PUNE: The Bishop’s Junior School, Camp presented an adaptation of Rumpelstiltskin, a German fairytale.

Rumpelstiltskin is a story about an ugly character. It’s a Grimm fairytale, rarely seen on stage that got a radical, risk-taking makeover.

Over 190 students from Std III, IV and V participated in the version of the play that was an adaptation of the script written by Olivia Arieti. Aryan Kamdar, Garv Sachdeva, Radheya Lavate, Ishan Sonawane played the lead characters in the play with ease. 

PUNE: The Bishop’s Junior School, Camp presented an adaptation of Rumpelstiltskin, a German fairytale.

Rumpelstiltskin is a story about an ugly character. It’s a Grimm fairytale, rarely seen on stage that got a radical, risk-taking makeover.

Over 190 students from Std III, IV and V participated in the version of the play that was an adaptation of the script written by Olivia Arieti. Aryan Kamdar, Garv Sachdeva, Radheya Lavate, Ishan Sonawane played the lead characters in the play with ease. 

U Basrai and U Mittal was the directorial duo that made the play a success. The beautifully crafted props which included Rumpelstiltskin’s house and a windmill, the set, lighting, dances, singing and costumes were visually dazzling. The melodious songs rendered by the choir were truly appealing.

Principal Joel Edwin praised the children for their acting skills and brave display of confidence and poise on stage and also commended the staff on their excellent teamwork.

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