DOMENICHE A TEATRO - Forte dei Marmi - Monsters, a hymn to childhood

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Everything is ready at the auditorium of the Ugo Guidi school in Forte dei Marmi for the theater festival dedicated to families and children Domeniche a Teatro (Sundays at the theatre), curated by the thatre association Coquelicot Teatro, that after the success of last year's edition presents five amusing shows between November 2017 and December 2018.


As in the past edition, each show is preceded by  thematic workshops, free of charge, starting at 3:30 pm, organized in collaboration with Coquelicot Teatro and open also to parents and grandparents. The workshops offer the possibility to experience some techniques and languages typical of the theater: shadow theater, dance theater, puppets.


This is the show of today Sunday, January 21
at 5:00 pm - auditorium of the Ugo Guidi school - Monsters, a hymn to childhood, theatre troupe Luna e Gnac. Theatre with actors, live drawings, puppets and shadows.


This is the story of Tobia, a child of a few words, who loves being alone and especially who loves drawing monsters. But it is also the story of his parents, Cinzia and Augusto, who are desperate for having such a difficult child. Tobia is also a rich and resourceful child who, through his drawings, opens the doors of his inner world and shows us the wonder of his imagination. Will Tobia succeed in making himself understood by the grown-ups?
A poetic, comic and original show, able to engage children and move adults.
This show is recommended for children up to 4 years old. Please note tha the performance is in Italian.


The shows will continue until Sunday January 28, 2018.


Forte dei Marmi Auditorium Ugo Guidi, via P. I. da Carrara 85
2017 November 12 / 2018 January 28
at 5:00 pm
Tickets: € 5,00, residents in Forte dei Marmi 4,00 €.

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Coquelìcot Teatro
+39 0584 981021 - +39 338/9234535 -

Ufficio informazioni turistiche Forte dei Marmi
via Spinetti ex Supercinema
Tel. +39 0584-280292 / 280253

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