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The Costumes Story

September 11, 2019 | By

Its fun to dress up in fancy costumes, especially during festivals. Anantha loves to design costumes and also wear them to dress up as a witch on Halloween or Santa Claus on Christmas.

Halloween costume

Anantha in a Halloween costume

Costumes add their own flavor to any show. When donned, they unravel their own story. A character doesn’t feel complete till he/she slips into the costume to make the whole scene real. We see many actors /actresses on silver screen carrying off different varieties of attires with ease. But the joy of children when they adorn a costume for their yearly concert is priceless.

“You are a lion. I am a tree. He a cow. She is a dinosaur.” The happiness in their little hearts know no bounds when they wear a costume of their choice.

Dressed up as Santa

Theatre and stage presentations need a much-detailed coordination because of the live audiences.

From being the costume coordinator in my children’s classes to being an artist on stage in schools and in-house celebrations, costumes have been an inherent part in my life for the past ten years.

I love dressing as a witch for Halloween and I have been Santa for 4 years in a row in both my children’s school and in my apartments for Christmas. Every time I don a costume, it transcends to a sort of a euphoric delight, a feeling of immense joy. The thrill of stepping into the shoes of someone else, and present that character from a different age and time to everyone around us is simply put, precious.

Anantha is an IT Professional. Writing is her passion. She writes short stories, small stories for children, play scripts for theater, and also books and movie reviews. She regularly conducts storytelling workshops for children.
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