A remarkable turnout is witnessed by children's plays organized by the Ministry of Tourism in cooperation with the Ministry of Culture within the 41st International Flower Show, at the Roman Theater in Tishreen Park in Damascus.
Director Saeed Ataya, director of the Amo Said Troupe for Child and Family Theater, said in a statement to SANA that the band’s motto is “planting a smile on the faces of our children,” where we show purposeful plays that provide fun and benefit to the child at the same time and establish the concepts of love and loyalty among friends, and we work through an entertaining interactive theater through which Conveying information and interest to the child through play and fun, indicating that each show has a story, saying, tale and different people, noting that the troupe will present three plays during the exhibition period.
The artist Ashraf Abu Sariya, one of the members of the theatrical troupe, pointed out that the children’s theater contributes to enriching the child’s personality traits and instilling the values of tolerance and cooperation in him, through the use of easy language that reaches the child’s mind, as well as adopting the simple and clear idea in addition to the suspense and fascination, where the children present are asked to climb to The stage and asking them questions in front of the audience and asking them to perform some dances with the actors, which adds an atmosphere of happiness and enthusiasm in the place.
The artist Iyad Hassan Dakkak indicated that movements and dances are used in order to add joy and fun, and at the same time an educational significance is given, indicating that the Amo Said Troupe has more than 22 plays, each of which has a specific goal and message, especially that which talks about the struggle between good and evil and victory. The good in the end, indicating that the shows are interesting and well received by the children, as the required message is delivered in a very short time.
The artist, Lisa Ibrahim, a member of the band, said: We seek to spread joy and joy to children in light of the difficult circumstances we live in, as we try to embody the children's beloved cartoon characters on the stage in front of them instead of watching them on TV, and this consolidates their ideas and gives them enthusiasm more than the interaction of the large audience (old and young ) with the offers presented, and this is what encourages us more to give and always work to present more new ideas, and this was confirmed by her colleague, artist Chantal Moqbeh, who said that the child accepts information through a small anecdote more than if it was presented to him by his family.
A number of children attending the plays expressed their happiness with the presented performances. Haneen Haider, from the seventh grade, said: My brothers and I came to spend fun and entertaining times, while both children, Alia Tamer and Sima Emad, said that they love the competitions presented and the questions asked. Funny actors' performance.
Mrs. Rajaa Al-Bizra, a housewife, confirmed that she always encourages her children to attend plays and films for children, especially during the Eid period.