Our boys dramatized Knapp's poem “The Lying Lion” which impressed the adjudicator. In his written comments, Adjudicator Mr Paul Trigg said, “Very well dressed group as various animals - they spoke their lines very clearly and in perfect unison. And the lion had a good strong presence and voice. The zebras ran about the stage with energy and facially told the lion that it was the bee which would call the lion's bluff. The bee in a beautiful costume rose from a bush where it had been hiding and caused the lion to run off. Very well performed with great tonal variety, pace and above all, energy.”
This was not at all easy to achieve such a remarkable result in this category with all the capable teams in addition to the very fact that it was our first time joining this category without almost any prior knowledge of what Words and Movements actually looked like.
What a feat! We broke new grounds! Isn't it what we should be doing particularly under this year's Gen!Us theme? Congratulations again to everybody!