Ahan 2021 - 2022

AHAN, the triennial fest took a classic sojourn this year with our inhouse theatrical productions by Grades 7, 8 and 9. Envisioned with an objective of bringing Gen Z close to the gems of English literature, this eventful journey of learning began with the reading of classics, of course. Followed by watching the movie version of the classics, then scripting the plays in groups, editing, recording and finally broadcasting the plays.
7A – Around the World in 80 Days by Jules Verne The classic novel about a young man who accepts the challenge to go around the theworld and come back to the same spot (from where he began) in just eighty days.
7B- The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain The adventures of an imaginative and mischievous boy growing up along the Mississippi river.
7C- The Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens A stingy cold-hearted creditor learns to be a kinder, gentler man when visited by the spirits of Christmas Past, Present and Yet to Come.
8A- The Hunchback of Notre dame by Victor Hugo This French gothic novel is about a deformed bell ringer of Notre-Dame Cathedral, and his unrequited love for a beautiful dancer who fight the age-old prejudices.
8B- Great Expectations by Charles Dickens Story of an orphan, Pip and his hard-earned realisation that affection, loyalty, and conscience have an upper hand to social advancement, wealth, and class.
8C- Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens The novel follows the difficult journey of yet another orphan from a workhouse to the seedy underbelly of London…
9A- Twelfth Night- William Shakespeare Classic comedy about a cross- dressing shipwreck surviving lady who finds herself in the middle of not so average love triangle!
9B- Othello- William Shakespeare Immortal tragedy about a noble hero who makes a tragic error of judgment, leading to a devastating climax.
9C- Macbeth- William Shakespeare Timeless tragedy about an ambition blinded hero and his wife who transcend all legitimate limits to grab the crown.