SPECIAL ASSEMBLY OF CLASS III C
ON THE TOPIC
WORLD DANCE DAY
World Dance Day was introduced in 1982 by the International Dance Committee of the International Theatre Institute (ITI), and is celebrated on April 29 every year. The goal of the “World Dance Day Message” is to celebrate Dance, to revel in the universality of this art form, to cross all political, cultural and ethnic barriers and bring people together through the common language of Dance.
World Dance Day was celebrated in K R Mangalam World School with all fervor and enthusiasm. There was a grand celebration in the morning assembly in the august presence of the principal, the faculties and the parents. First of all “Thought of the Day” was delivered, then News which included global, national, sports and KRM campus News and ultimately came the turn of play especially prepared to celebrate “The World Dance Day”. The children of class IIIC participated in a play based on dance. The theme of the play was to show how parents impose their will on children without giving any respect to child’s own wish. A boy who wants to be a dancer was forced to become a businessman due to his father’s pressure. Though he later became a successful businessman but simultaneously he continued his dance practice with a group. The day he got the best businessman award he dedicated this to his father and requested him to join a party. In that party, he performed an awesome dance performance with his group and was awarded as the best performer. Mesmerized by his performance, his father realized his mistake. The moral of the play was to make parents thoughtful while imposing their wishes on their wards without considering their own craze. The children enjoyed a lot while performing their act and enthused on every thunder clapping by the audience. The students before the dais had a great fun and they equally participated by extending their big hands on every fabulous dance performance during the play. The parents also extended their appreciation with their thumps up. The program ended with a sound message highlighting the importance of dance followed by rounds of applause, cheers and clapping. It was undoubtedly an odyssey from elation to ecstasy.