The LIS mission is to provide an environment in which all Lancerians will become lifelong learners, who are responsible, disciplined, and ethical citizens of the world. Lancerians are understanding and respectful towards people of all races and cultures
Theatre

Throughout the year there are various opportunities  for students to participate in the theatrical life of the school. During the academic year there are at least four full scale productions delivered by the students. Some are restricted to year groups and the others involve the entire school. Recent productions include Shakespeare’s Mid Summers Night Dream, Nemo  (from the Primary School), Hoodie.

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SENIOUR SCHOOL PRODUCTION

LIS believes in a holistic development of learners. Learners are encouraged not only to excel in academics but also explore their hidden talents. On such platform is provided to them through School's Annual Production. The production " What You See Is Not What It Is " was a musical play adapted from C.S Lewis' Chronicles of 'Narnia' and William Shakespeare's 'Twelfth Night'.

THEATRE
THEATRE AT LIS
Theatre is a very essential part of our lives here at LIS. There are 3 major productions thought out the year.
WHAT YOU SEE IS NOT WHAT IT IS
WHAT YOU SEE IS NOT WHAT IT IS
The play of the night is entitled, “What you see is not what it is.” This is a musical play adapted from CS Lewis’ Chronicles of Narnia and William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night.
FINDING NEMO
FINDING NEMO- AN EARLY YEAR'S PLAY
The play entitled, “Finding Nemo at Lancers” is an adaptation of the famous animation movie Finding Nemo from Pixar Animations.
MIDSUMMERS NIGHT'S DREAM
MIDSUMMERS NIGHT'S DREAM
This senior school was was an adaptation of "A Midsummer Night's Dream" a comedy play by William Shakespeare
AMANDA
AMANDA - A SENIOUR SCHOOL PLAY
‘Amanda’ is a story of many students who face pressure from various aspects of the society whileplanning their career.
RAMA RAMA
RAMA RAMA - A PRIMARY SCHOOL PLAY
Rama Rama was an adaptation of Ramayan. Performed by the students of Primary School.