Poor script spoils drama competition

Chobe Arts Group PIC: ORAPELENG RAMPOELENG
Chobe Arts Group PIC: ORAPELENG RAMPOELENG

Those who watched this year’s President’s Day Drama Competitions final at Westwood International School on Friday would probably remember its monotonous script.

While some individuals demonstrated good talent in their portrayal of different characters, there was a clear lack of creativity on the part of the scriptwriter. The play lacked proper sequencing, which resulted in some unprecedented vacuums.  Viewers would be left hanging as lines ended abruptly.

Chobe Arts Group did well in interpreting the difficult script yet their performance left one feeling they could have been more creative. One viewer complained after the performances: “They should have given a theme and guidelines and see if the actors would stick to that line.

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