Sparkling, spectacular and scintillating are words that came to the minds who watched Inventure Primary students perform at their “Production” this year on November 12th, at the Jyothi Niwas College auditorium.
An audience of over 900 watched a cast of over 40 bring to life, vignettes from Salman Rushdie’s all time favourite “Haroun and the Sea of stories”. The musical story, cleverly put together from a stage adaptation written by Tim Supple and David Tushingham, was directed by Arati Sunawala and Deepthi Shetty of the Tarantismo Dance Company. A labour of love and learning for a huge cast of actors, dancers, singers, artists, teachers and staff, this production was testimony to excellent collaboration, cooperation and CREATIVITY of our children and teachers.
The audience swayed to 9 dance numbers and enjoyed the music of the 40 strong choir and 15 band members. Every single student, without exception, from this section was onstage, backstage, or ushering with their delightful greetings as hundreds of parents, grandparents and visitors flocked to the auditorium.
Gratitude and congratulations are due to many who made this evening memorable as also to those who came to marvel at their children’s talent and spirit and encourage all of us at Inventure. Harnessing talent is surely a tradition at Inventure Academy now!
The Primary school production was fantastic. The efforts put in deserve a big round of applause all over.
We really enjoyed all of it.
You have set a new standard for yourselves!!
“The sea of stories” was absolutely mindblowing!…. the attention to detail was par excellent and the effort came through in every step of the production. Kudos to the staff, teachers and children who put it together! Awesome awesome effort!!!