Performing Arts

Performing arts help hone the skills of young performers and prepare them for the competitive world of Performance. The allure of theatre dance, music and other forms of art allow children to express themselves in a safe and positive medium. We at LIS offer students an exposure to theatre, dance, Indian and Western forms of music which may help them in their future professions or rather decide on their future professions.

Children are great give them something great to imitate


Drama curriculum comprises inter related activities which explore feeling, knowledge and ideas leading to understanding. Children are encouraged to make decisions within the safe context of drama. The ‘Navrasa’ lab is specially designed for the budding artists and will facilitate their journey of performance. This is where the artists will begin their journey to hear the echo of applauding audience in future. Theatre will help to Enhance communication skills Develop confidence essential for speech clarity Prepare them to speak effectively in public Cultivate ability to listen, learn quickly and apply Help them adapt to constantly changing situations Enhance ability to work under pressure Students will be trained under professional artists


“Dance is the hidden language of the soul” Dance provides the children with opportunities to organize and develop their natural enjoyment of expressive movement in dance form. Dance also offers to open new opportunities in terms of career. There are numerous professions in dance, ranging from dancing to choreography or dance notations. We at LIS will expose our students to Indian as well as western dance forms from time to time. They will learn Bharatnatyam, Kathak, Odissi, Rajasthani Folk etc. along with Contemporary, Hip-Hop, Salsa etc. under the guidance of professional trained dancers. Our dance lab- ‘Nrityangan’ caters to the foot tapping needs of our young dancers.


Where words fail, music speaks! Music says things that cannot be said in words. We need music to say the things we cannot say any other way. If there is great joy, we need music. If there is great sadness, we need music. In fact, we need music whenever we have a great need to say something important. Well, why is it important to learn to read and write? So we can communicate! The more we learn, the more we can say what we want to say. It’s the same with music. The more we learn about music, the more we will be able to say what we want to say in music. In other words, the more we learn about music, the more we will be able to say things that we cannot say in words. But that’s not all. The more we learn about music, the more we will also understand about what it means to be human. The ‘Melody’ lab will be housing the future singers. Music curriculum comprises listening and responding, performing and composing activities. Instrumental Music Music evokes emotions without words and Instrumental Music does exactly that! Without instrumental music the songs won’t have soul! Benefits of Instrumental Music Better attention span Confidence development Develop originality and flexibility which are key components of creativity and innovation Supports better study habits and self esteem, remarkable improvement in academic skill of students Helps in encouraging children to venture forth in new fields Music learning becomes more enriching with specially designed labs