Everyone knows begging isn’t something good. Everyone also knows that boys don’t go in disguise as girls or gods. Well, in that logic, the mysterious ‘Aunty’ was doing something terribly wrong. But why don’t the kids refuse and stay away from Aunty? Everyone knows dreams are your path, and people tend to follow them. As the four kids were approaching their dreams, they had a powerful obstacle – Aunty. The children were manipulated into begging for someone they didn’t like due to their needs, and mistakes. Fortunately, they found their solutions by trusting people who would do anything to protect you. Unfortunately, the kids found out the hard way, and paid the price. There were many moral lessons from this play. For example: whatever life gives you, never give up your dreams; never trust strangers; don’t beg; don’t steal; and don’t start something you will regret. The story is a great way to learn about honesty. If I were to judge the story, I would’ve given it 5 stars.
It is already be hard for me to do a short skit, never mind a stunning performance like the actors in this play! The actors made it look easy, and that would take much practice. All actors in the play were adults, playing the role of children. I couldn’t believe how the adults were able to take the role of young kids, while making it both humorous and emotional. In my opinion, the actors who played the 2 younger boys, Chun Chun and Ojha, were slightly better at acting than the other two. Because of this play’s creative organization and communication, I will give the acting 4 stars.
After the show, the actors were surrounded by big crowd. I went to interview Richard Lee, the actor for Chun Chun. When I finally got my turn, Richard knelt down to hear me clearly. He is such a nice person, rather than the immature Chun Chun in the show. Lee told me that he has participated in around 60 other stage shows.
He also told me that one of the difficulties he experienced while training is to help changing the scenes. “We had to move the heavy boards to change the scenes, and that weighed a ton.” Lee said.
I was curious about how does the youngest boy in the show, Chun Chun, run the fastest. When I asked, Lee laughed and said, “He was the street boy, and street boys have to be fast, or they would be caught.” I wanted to sit and chat, but that was impossible due to the crowd.
This show was an awesome memory. The acting was interesting and educational. The story was simple, but there was a great moral. I’ve noticed how it was well organized. I truly stand on the supporting side of ‘Sultans of the Street.’ Therefore, in general, I’d give it 4.5 stars. Which side do you stand on?
Hi there! My name is Raymond Qiu. I’m 10 years old and go to Vista Heights P.S, which I’m really proud of. My favorite sports are swimming, skiing, and volleyball. I also enjoy playing Chess and Lego with my friends. On the breaks, I love to travel to cool destinations to take pictures and enjoy the delicious food. When I’m tired of homework, I like to create random pieces on the piano and be my own audience. I admire those who can speak many different languages, and I wish I could learn more too. This great skill can help me communicate and make friends when I travel, and also support me become a businessman with a global business in the future. Let’s start from VoiceK.