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The magic of theatre enchants with excitement and beauty


Children living in shelters and substitute homes added two more plays to the their 2018 “theatrical season”, by spending hours full of excitement in the magic world of a dreadful dragon and a beautiful ballet on the first Saturday in December: The children watched “Curse of the Dragon”, and “Nutcracker” in Estonian National Opera.

The play “Curse of the dragon” surprised the children with its magic stage setting and solutions. Bangs caused a lot of excitement and even bigger children were thrilled. It was nice to see how a fairy-tale show made the children’s eyes shine. After the play, the kids got to meet the actors, ask autographs from their favourites and take photos.

Watching the “Nutcracker” ballet has become sort of a Christmas tradition. Beautiful music and grand dance always excite the senses of children. The kids had a traditional tour backstage after the play, where they could see the setting and props used on stage.

The theatre bug is picking up its strength in children – they can make a difference what is going on in a drama play and in a ballet. The understanding that going to a theatre is nothing unfamiliar for them is developing in kids: they want to go, they are looking forward to every play, they are respectful about everything they see and they always get something new, exciting and useful.

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