Sunday, January 16, 2011

Islamabad College Girls Mesmerizing Performance at PNCA

The female students of Government Post Graduate College for Women here Saturday mesmerized the audience with their play `Main Abhi Farigh Nahe' at Pakistan National Council of the Arts (PNCA).

The play was staged as part of 10-day Youth Drama Festival 2011 continuing till January 11 at PNCA to provide quality entertainment for fun lovers of twin cities with skills of talented youth.

The students created their script depicting the life of a young man to highlight social issues regarding career, education and future of youth.

The participants of play termed the festival as a useful activity for youth to get experience for their future life.

Students of PNCA's drama art workshop and other from various educational institutions also showed their abilities in the field of performing arts with a number of theater plays.

While the plays including "Nisar Main Teri Galioon kay Aey Watan" by Federal Urdu University and "Panch Kahanian" by Fatima Jinnah Women University will be presented during the remaining days of festival till January 11.

All the plays have some story and a message that combines strong expressions with techniques of acting, dialogue delivery and script, said Tauqeer Nasir Director General PNCA.

The festival has been organized by PNCA, Ministry of Culture as part of its programmes for promoting young talent in the field of performing art in the country.

Tauqeer Nasir said that PNCA's various programmes are planned to promote young talent in the field of arts and it is the remarkable effort of PNCA.

2 comments:

  1. Islamabad is home to a variety of universities. You name a discipline and you would have it in this city. As this is the only planned city the university campuses are spread over a wide area of land with well suited infrastructure and natural beauty all around. Universities here are known for their extracurricular activities which range from debates, sports, drama to Olympiad, signing and volunteer programs. Islamabad comprises of both public and private sector universities and both are equally good. Let’s have a look at some of the best universities in town.
    Islamabad Colleges List

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