The women's English Club of the Faculty of Languages and Translation and the Deanship of Student Affairs dedicated a day to re-enact 'Macbeth' by Shakespeare on Wednesday the 13th of March from 9:00 to 10:00 in the theater of the Science College. The play was a great success with more than 230 guests from all departments. The primary objective of the program was to combine drama, performance, and English literature to develop the practical experience and academic study of students. The secondary objective of this program was to foster a creative environment and to give an opportunity to exceptionally talented students to practice their skills such as acting, speech fluency, makeup art, design, and directing. The program started with an inspirational speech given by English Club Head, Maram Almalki, who spoke about drama and its importance. Then, a short trailer about the play was shown. After, more than 10 acts divided into five main parts took center stage.
The well-directed play replete with sound effects, wireless microphones, lights, a smoke machine, and different backgrounds provided the necessary conditions for fabulous performances from over a dozen actresses. Of noteworthy mention, many spectators commented that the costumes used by the actresses were elegant and really contributed to a unique experience.
At the end of the play, a short video was shown that contained all of the cast and the directing team members as a grand gesture of appreciation. The play inspired the students to continue similar performances in the future.
Source: English Club