As a final project of the school year, the theater group produced a play that was based on a children’s version of "The Caucasian Chalk Circle", The play deals with the question of whether legal justice is moral and whether the right to property, which stands at the center of our lives, should take precedence over justice.
The group worked on the play every Friday for six months. They learned drama, practiced acting and finally performed the play for parents and village members. It was a great success! Next year, the group will continue to develop, and we look forward to seeing many more shows!
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