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SJC (A) English department observes Theatre Day

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By EMN Updated: Mar 17, 2024 9:12 pm
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Students of MA 4th semester enacting a play ‘Romeo and Juliet’ during the 9th Theatre Day programme at St. Joseph’s College (Autonomous) on March 16.

DIMAPUR — The English department of St. Joseph’s College (Autonomous) in Jakhama celebrated its 9th Theatre Day on March 16 at the college indoor stadium on the theme “Amore e tragedia.”

An update from the college stated that the event began with an invocation prayer said by Sr. Rebecca followed by a welcome address delivered by Yanstothung Patton, president of English department.

It stated that Mughakali V Achumi presented a song followed with declaration of the 9th Theatre Day by James HK, Head of English department, where he encouraged the students to transmit themselves into the world of the fantasy through the performances of the plays.

The event witness eight melodramatic performances including “Romeo and Juliet” performed by the MA 4th semester students, “Othello” by students of MA 2nd semester, “Mark Antony and Cleopatra” by the students of BA 6th semester ‘C,’ “Mari” by students of BA 6th semester ‘D,’ “Mehoviu and Morusa” by students of BA 4th semester ‘C,’ “Jina and Etiben” by students of BA 4th semester ‘D,’ “The Great Gatsby” by students of BA 2nd semester ‘C’ and “Tristan and Isolde” by students of BA 2nd semester ‘D.’

A special performance was staged by Chenji and Pencil and Compass (PAC) followed by the declaration of results by Khriethovizo Sale, assistant professor of English.

It informed that the championship of the 9th Theatre Day was won by the students of BA 6th semester ‘C’ for their performance on “Mark Antony and Cleopatra.” The second and third positions were won by students of BA 2nd semester ‘C’ for their performance on “The Great Gatsby” and students of BA 4th semester ‘D’ for their performance on “Jina and Etiben” respectively.

Lichungse and Votsolü Tunyi were declared as the title of best actor and actress respectively.

James HK spoke on the main objective of the event which was to celebrate the artistic spirit of the students by exhibiting their talents and skills. He added that the event serves as an opportunity for students to participate and excel in performing arts while also helping them to gain confidence specifically pertaining to public speaking and developing their oratory skills.

The 9th Theatre Day culminated with a vote of thanks delivered by Vili Swu, general secretary of English department.

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By EMN Updated: Mar 17, 2024 9:12:20 pm
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