Class Play:The Bluebird

Are we always happy and satisfied with what we have?In this era of cars , phones and global travel and trade is it possible to find ‘The Bluebird’? You might we wondering what the bluebird means.Well, the bluebird means Happiness.

So that was the theme of our annual class play.Originally written in  1908 play by Belgian playwright and poet Maurice Maeterlinck we adapted the script to our need.

The story is about a girl Mytyl and her brother Tyltyl, a woodcutter’s children, who are led by the Fairy Betylune on a magical quest through the past, present, and future for the  Blue Bird which was to bring them  Happiness.

The play was well received by the audience and children were happy and proud to do a good job.

 

 

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