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Ocean Crest performs The Lion King with skill


Ocean Crest Performs The Lion King With Skill

Students of Ocean Crest School, Lekki, once again presented the drama, The Lion King, as part of activities marking the 2017/2018 academic year.

The stage performance, which has become an annual event, was held in the school premises, and had the student actors and actresses displaying their talents with zeal, to the delight of guests.

Dressed in colourful and well-designed costumes, the students succeeded in conveying the message and moral of the play.


And from the look on their faces, it was obvious the parents were thrilled.

All through the play, excited and proud parents cheered on their children, as they watched them performed with so much dexterity.

The highlight of the occasion was the presentation of the Zulu Dance by the students, who turned out decked in the national attire of the African country.

They gave a good account of themselves, as they exhibited the dance steps of the Zulu people, accompanied by appropriate songs and rhythm.

It was, indeed, an exciting and interesting time for both the children and their parents.

The Lion King is about the struggle between good and evil, and the triumph of goodness over evil.

It was about a young lion prince, Simba, born in Africa.

His uncle, Scar, became the second in line to the throne, which set the tone for the intrigues and evil acted out in the play.

Scar plotted with the hyenas to kill King Mufasa, Simba’s father, thus making himself king.

Simba, the young prince, was led to believe by his uncle that he was responsible for his father’s death. Simba fled the kingdom in shame.

But with the support of the friends he made in the wilderness, while in exile and the love of his female friend, who later became his wife, he was able to claim back his kingdom.

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