A remarkable turnout of children and their families witnessed the children's theater performances as part of the cultural activities of the Flowers Exhibition in its forty-second session, at the Roman Theater in Tishreen Park.
Amo Fouad's band, led by the artist Fouad Al-Masry, presented a show entitled "Cute and Light" that simulates the child's imagination and addresses him with a purposeful and educational message and talks about the impact of successful work in life.
In a second show, the artist Nizar Al-Badin presented his band with a dance show of cartoon characters, with whom the children who danced with enthusiasm and joy with their families interacted on the stage.
The Roman theater also witnessed a performance by the Folklore Troupe of the Theater Department in the Ministry of Education, which included dance paintings performed by a group of buds that sang the heritage of the Syrian governorates, in addition to well-known Western dances.
Oriental and traditional music has a share in the program of events through the Eastern Takht Ensemble, led by the artist Badi Al-Baghdadi, by presenting them with various plays.
The program concluded with the film A Tale from Damascus directed by Ahmed Ibrahim Al-Ahmad, starring Ghassan Masoud, and it was presented in the open air. Help her stand up and carry on.
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