“Circulating stories” the initiative that brings puppet theater and oral storytelling to rural schools in Maule

“Circulating stories” the initiative that brings puppet theater and oral storytelling to rural schools in Maule
“Circulating stories” the initiative that brings puppet theater and oral storytelling to rural schools in Maule

“Circulating stories” the initiative that brings puppet theater and oral storytelling to rural schools in Maule

– From May 28 to June 12, the Maulina theater companies Teatro Sin Fin and Caja Negra will visit Chanco, Vichuquén, Curicó, Maule and Pelluhue.

“Circulating Tales” Endless Theater and Black Box together for 7 rural schools in Maule is an initiative that seeks to contribute from the arts to educational development. Where Endless Theater in Oral Narration and Caja Negra come together with their lambe lambe puppet theater, to promote access to the performing arts and reading for the little ones with a small format proposal.
This roaming is a Project financed by the National Fund for the Promotion and Development of the Performing Arts, Call 2024, and will tour from May 24 to June 12 the communes of Chanco, Vichuquén, Curicó, Maule and Pelluhue.
“We want the little ones in remote and rural places to get excited about reading and the arts through playful and innovative proposals,” says Caja Negra, one of the organizing companies of this initiative.
The Teatro sin fin company will present “The Little Prince and the Solar System”, an adaptation of the classic story by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry that reinforces scientific content; through a wooden theater with an endless illustrated scroll guided by an actress/narrator. Participating in it are: Marcela Luna (Design and technical coordinator) and Constanza Pérez (Actress-narrator).

The Caja Negra Theater Company, for its part, pioneers in this discipline in the region, will deliver a compilation of 5 independent works in lambe lambe format, a puppet technique in small format that is performed in a small box with the use of sound . Each work, which lasts only 3 minutes and works on values ​​of humanity. These are: Mutant Life, The Elephant Boy, Mara’s Dream or a Journey to the Past and A Tale of Terror; the Tué Tué.

Circulating stories includes programming for the first and second basic cycles of 7 schools in the Maule region.

“Circulating stories” programming Endless Theater and Black Box together for 7 rural schools in Maule
May 28-Quiñipeumo / Maule School
May 29 – Playa Linda School – Lipimávida / Vichuquen sector
June 5 – Diego Portales School – Los Niches / Curicó sector
June 6- United States School – Cordillerilla / Curicó sector
June 11 – Gladys Canales Paredes School – Curanipe / Pelluhue sector
June 12 – José Rivas Hernández School – Cardonal / Pelluhue sector


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