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Kingdom of Dream's first children's musical 'Wizwits' a big hit!
The Kingdom of Dreams, which is a magical place as compared to other places in Gurgaon became all the more magical with sorcerers, moving cauldron, talking and singing bats like creatures and singing piano on 2nd September 2014. The third musical was staged for the first time in ShowShaa theatre amongst a gallery full of people, who thoroughly enjoyed the first children's show of kingdom of Dreams.

Inspired by Roald Dahl's stage story, it is a tale of a band of kids who visit a hotel to be surrounded by magic. Directed by Lushin Dubey and Bubbles Sabharwal, this play has some very funny moments and is as interactive as it can get during a staged musical. Viraf Sarkari, who was one of the producers and Director KOD welcomed everyone to the stage play and said, ''this month KOD completes 4 years and we are very happy that Wizwits is launching now. This is our third production and is designed keeping in mind the children.''

The story of the musical unfolds in a funny Poo Poo Hotel, which is managed by a manager and a waitress. The place also has a talking vase, a piano man, which plays itself and a Mr Kake (the table)- who bangs the glasses placed on it if angry. Put together by a lot of songs, this musical is scripted for children above the age of 5 years. Apart from the adult actors, the children, who have played important roles in the musical is a treat to watch. The cutest and smallest one, who goes by the name Nargis, delivers lines to with precision. As confirmed by the director, Lushin Dubey, ''some of the lines by little Nargis was impromptu.'' Dubey further thanked Viraf and his team for ''giving the podium to the children to express themselves and have so many shows run back to back.'' She also thanked the families of the actors for being supportive and making the show a hit.

The story eventually portrays the win of good over evil and the actors portraying the bat like men, who were called Wizwits would send a chill down anyone's spine. Especially, when they leap off the stage and came up-to the audience, it became both thrilling and scary. The stage was a wonder to watch with rotating dais and the rest. The aerial acts were also great as a glimpse of the circus was seen in the play, which added to the charm.

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