Report of Street Play Titled "Save Earth Save Life" by Award Participants of Bawa Lalvani Public School, Kapurthala
Theme: Earth Day
Only in the minds of young children may significant changes in humanity's future be effected!
Audiences are profoundly affected by theatrical narrative, and in its street manifestation, it transcends barriers of class, religion, and social class. The students at BLPS who are pursuing The International Award for Young People have chosen to take their battle against "Civic Sense and Social Awareness" on the street through some theatrical attempts, and this is precisely the argument that they are making.
To raise public awareness of numerous environmental issues, the young actors presented a street play titled SAVE EARTH SAVE LIFE with the objective of spreading awareness about the need to protect and preserve our planet. The theme of the performance was “Earth Day” which aimed to reach out to as many people as possible to create a positive impact on the environment. Street Play is a potent weapon that can transform both the current and future generations' mentalities.
Young BLPians began their preparations for the performance several weeks before Earth Day. They held several brainstorming sessions to come up with ideas for the script and the overall theme of the performance. They also worked on the costumes and props, making sure that they were eco-friendly and made from recycled materials.
In front of a sizable audience, the kids presented the play in Jallow Khana, New Sabji Mandi, and Sheikhupur Road. The play was divided into several acts, each one focusing on a different aspect of environmental conservation. They highlighted the importance of reducing waste, conserving water, and planting trees. The young people also emphasized the need to reduce carbon emissions and the use of fossil fuels.
The theater performance of young artists was well received by the audience since they succeeded in conveying their message. It’s heartening to know that Award participants received positive feedback from several members of the audience, who appreciated their endeavors to create awareness about the need to protect the environment. The audience was moved and pledged to protect the planet and take appropriate action.
The performance was a successful initiative towards spreading awareness about the importance of environmental conservation. Young BLPians were able to reach out to a large number of people and inspire them to take action to protect the planet. We are sure that their efforts will create a positive impact on the environment and encourage others to join us in our mission to save MOTHER EARTH!
The International Award for Young People is encouraging our young people to take up such initiatives and promoting environmental conservation. Such efforts by young people are crucial in creating awareness about environmental issues and motivating others to take action towards a sustainable future!
Thank you IAYP!
Dr. Ekta Dhawan
Bawa Lalvani Public School, Kapurthala