Inter –House Drama Competition 2012
|Cassian House emerged champions for the third consecutive year at the 3rd Inter House Shakespeare Drama Competition for the Rev. Bro. Hugh Farringdon Memorial Shield, on Saturday 7th July 2012 at the College Hall. Renowned stage dramatist, Mr. Dominic Kellar, popularly known as “Chaminda pusswedilla” graced the occasion as Chief Guest and distributed the awards. |
Shimal Benedict of Luke House won the Best Supporting Actor – Female Portrayal in his role as “Mistress Quickly” in “Merry Wives of Windsor”, Tharindu Perera of Cassian House won the Best Supporting Actor – Male Portrayal in his role as “Lord Montague” in “Romeo & Juliet”, Aloke Gunaratnhnam of Cassian House won the Best Supporting Actor (Overall) , in his role as “Prince” in “Romeo & Juliet”, Jerome Morritt of Luke House won the Best Actor – Female Portrayal in his role as “Mistress Ford” in “Merry Wives of Windsor” Sharlen Benedict of Cassian House won the Best Actor – Male Portrayal in his role as “Romeo” in “Romeo & Juliet” and Denver Alexander of Camillus House won the Best Actor (Overall) in his role as “Richard” in “Richard the III”.
The Inter House competition was organized by the members of the English Drama Club of St. Benedict’s College, in preparation for the forth- coming Inter School All Island Shakespeare Drama Competition. The enthusiastic students are trained by the internationally acclaimed stage producer and director Mr. Jerome De Silva.
The extracts that the four houses performed were:
Luke House - Merry Wives of Windsor (Act 3, scene 3)
Cassian house – Romeo & Juliet (act 5, Scenes 1 & 2)
Claude House - Much Ado About Nothing (Act 2, scene 2)
Camillus House – Richard III (Act 1, scenes 1 & 2)
Camillus House and Luke House emerged 1st and 2nd Runners up respectively.
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