Bahria College, Thespianz celebrate Quaid’s birthday

CorporateAmbassador/KARACHI
Bahria College N.O.R.E 1 and Thespianz Theater celebrated Quaid-e-Azam’s birthday on 26th December 2016 with having a grand colorful festival in the premises of college. More than 5000 students and presents were participated in this festival where they enjoyed Founder of Pakistan’s day with cheerful activities.
Thespianz Theater took their traditional dying art of string puppetry in this festival and stages Arabic famous children tale “Ali Baba Chalees Chour” which was highly admired by students and parents, more than 1200 audience have witnessed this stunning string puppetry. Tiny children were shaking their bodies on the beat of Arabic music.
Thespianz Theater’s artistic director Faisal Malik has introduce an administrator of Bahria College Lieutenant commander Mr. Khalid and described about his and his team’s day-night efforts to showcase this big festival in the memory of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah and did tell that children’s and parent’s enthusiasm and appreciation are the true symbols of success of this event.
Thespianz Theater’s Associate Director Mr. Nouman Mehmood took media representatives to the sightseeing of backstage and explained that we have obtained this puppetry to revive Pakistan’s one of most stunning but fading Art, Thespianz Theater’s motive is to promote Pakistan’s soft image around the globe and we are putting our all efforts to proving Pakistan’s this optimistic side through performing arts in the front of 2nd world’s countries those wondering that Pakistan is the only terrorist country but we would work towards our motive to getting appear Pakistan’s and Pakistani people’s art, peace and love.

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