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From 09 Oct to 11 Oct

THE CENTER

THE CENTER
From 05 Oct to 05 Oct

WORKSHOP IN PHYSICAL-BASED ACTING AND WRITING

WORKSHOP IN PHYSICAL-BASED ACTING AND WRITING
From 26 Sep to 27 Sep

Lost and Found

Lost and Found
From 18 Sep to 21 Sep

Alice

Alice
From 05 Sep to 09 Sep

Footfalls

Footfalls
From 03 Jul to 14 Aug

Lebanese puppets theatre

Lebanese puppets theatre
From 08 Jun to 10 Jun

RAMI 2014

RAMI 2014
From 05 Jun to 07 Jun

RAMI

RAMI
From 29 May to 01 Jun

Dahes wa el Ghabraa

Dahes wa el Ghabraa
From 26 May to 26 May

Spring Festival

Spring Festival
From 03 Jul to 14 Aug

Lebanese puppets theatre

 

Lebanese puppets theatre

Summer program 2014 

 

1001 Roses (3 July ) 

What Happened in Kfar Menkhar? ( 17 July)

Let Merjane Sleep (24 july)

Shatti Ya Deni Sissan (7 August)

My Grandma’s House (14 August)

KARAKIB (21 August)

 

Every Thursday @ 5:30 pm , The Sunflower– Badaro

Price tickets: 15000, 20000 LBP

Special prices for groups and scouts

For Reservation : 01391290- 71997959

www.khayal.org

 

1001 Roses (3 July )

The play tells the story of a seed who wants to grow up fast to become a mature rose like her mother.

As the days and seasons pass by, the seed grow up to be a mature rose and become she herself a mother of a new seed who will have the same wish as her mother before…


 



What Happened in Kfar Menkhar? ( 17 July)

The beautiful city of Kfar Menkhar is suffering from high levels of pollution in the air and garbage heaps are piling up in its streets, making its atmosphere stinky and barely breathable. That is, until the unexpected happens: the noses of the city’s residents suddenly disappear and run away to the river.

Panic grips the people when they realize they have become nose-less! Now they must negotiate with their noses to get them back. It is a long process but in the end, the people have to agree to all the conditions: they clean up the city and swear to keep it clean and healthy.




Let Merjane Sleep (24 july)

“Let Merjane Sleep” is a story about enjoying the different stages of growing up and particularly about children’s exhilaration towards adulthood. The play is inspired by the 1001 nights, the set and costumes in the play are inspired by the intricate Arabic and Persian patterns on old ornamented books.





Shatti Ya Deni Sissan (7 August)

A chick breaks the eggshell and get out of it alone. He looks around and saw nothing but a cloud. His journey of searching for parents, identity, food, affection and protection — with the help of the young audience — begins. He falls victim of exploitation and is rescued in the last minute. He dreams of his mother and creates an odd image of her in his mind. Then, he wakes up and creates a doll that looks like his imaginary mother.

As he grows up, risks grow more dangerous. He keeps insisting, however, on meeting his mother. At the end, he meets his long-sought mother in a strange and unexpected way.


My Grandma’s House (14 August)

The year is 2046. Trees, birds, green fields, clean air and nature have vanished. Huge grey buildings stretch all around and a large wall separates the people from an unknown forbidden world.

Salma, Amine and Salloum, decided to climb over this wall, to discover the Grandma's house, surrounded by fields of fresh fruit and vegetables, clean air and healthy homemade food. The visit to Grandma's house has changed their lives when they decided to protect the environment and take care of their bodies to become healthier.




KARAKIB (21 August)

Salloum has so many toys that he cannot count them anymore and Salma who lives further down the street does not have that many toys she had only a little lantern called Loutfi appeared one day at her window and brought her much joy.

One day Salma loses her lantern. She gets sad and goes out to look for it. Will she find it? How? With the help of whom?




Every Thursday @ 5:30 pm , Sunflower Theatre – Tayyouneh

Price tickets: 15000, 20000 LBP

Special prices for groups and scouts

For Reservation : 01391290- 71997959

www.khayal.org


 


Lebanese puppets theatre