AVON ALIVE

ISA ACTIVITY - AVON ALIVE

UNIVERSAL APPEAL OF SHAKESPEAREAN LITERATURE

Mr. Anand K, Faculty, Rajagiri School of English And Languages, conducted a session on the topic “Universal Appeal of Shakespearean Literature” as part of the ISA activity “AVON ALIVE”. The class was very informative and the students actively took part in the interactive session.

A competition of Shakespearian dramas were conducted. Students presented the plays Othello (Whole play in 12 minutes) Merchant of Venice (Trial Scene) King Lear (Whole play in 12 minutes), Macbeth (Opening Scene) and As You Like It (Opening scene up to Act-II, Scene-VII Jacques’  famous phrase “All the world's a stage,/ And all the men and women merely players.”)

A competition was conducted in “Soliloquy” of famous characters in Shakespearean Dramas. Students presented the soliloquy of Lady Macbeth, Hamlet etc.  

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2 Comments
  1. Shyju Chacko February 10, 2020 at 8:40 am

    Hello
    It’s glad to see that the institute and your students are performing in an international level. All the very best for your students and congratulations to all the team.

    Shyju Chacko
    40 Warwick Road
    Beaconsfiled-HP92PL
    United Kingdom

  2. Shyju Chacko February 10, 2020 at 8:53 am

    Hello Viswajyothi team and Students,

    I was going through your school website and found some interesting items. I was really Surprised to see that such a great competition of Shakespearian dramas were conducted in your school.

    I have watched the Shakespearean plays in London Globe where he used to perform while he was alive. It’s a great experience. I have also visited his village in Stratford here in UK.

    It’s glad to see that the institute and your students have done justice to the great writer in performing his plays in an international level. All the very best for your students and congratulations to all the team.

    Shyju Chacko
    40 Warwick Road
    Beaconsfiled-HP92PL
    United Kingdom

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