In continuation of the cultural project for children and young people recently launched by Dar Al-Assad for Culture and Arts, the theatrical performance (The Five Feelings.. The Color of Life) was presented today on the stage of the multi-purpose hall, directed by Lamis Muhammad and represented by a number of professional young children in theatrical work.
The story of the show revolves when the fetus enters its fifth month and its feelings begin to form within the nervous space of its life in the mother's womb.
During the show, the five feelings try hard to do the best and do not get tired of trying to prove the strongest feeling that is really capable of saving the fetus and immunizing it against the vicissitudes of its future life in the outside world.
The director of the show stated in a statement to SANA reporter that she tried to present a professional work that simulates the child’s mind smoothly and with pleasure to build a cultural and scientific thought about the unknown worlds for the beginning of the formation of the foundational emotions and feelings of the human personality within the framework of unconscious control in the first beginning until it creates the conscious mind and participates with it in building a balanced, correct and researching personality in a way Diligent about the reality of the light of life that illuminates the real world after birth, indicating that the show is an opportunity to encourage and develop new artistic talents in children and adolescents.
Muhammad indicated that the show is an intellectual dialogue from the child to the child, through which she sought to use the broad horizon of his imagination in drawing a painting of feelings and behavior, especially in that unknown world, the world of the fetus before birth, where feelings begin to form since the fifth month and interact with the feelings of the mother.
Shahd Baraka embodied the role of sadness with its negative and positive details and expressed her happiness in representing that feeling that gives value to things and transports man to beautiful emotional worlds despite the pain that lives in its details.
Actress Angela Al-Bishrah, who embodied the feeling of happiness, stated that it is one of the most important feelings that we always look for through the corridors of life, noting the importance of this role in spreading positive energy and joy in the hearts of children.
As for the fear of the unknown, it was embodied by the light of Shulgin to highlight the importance of that feeling, which constitutes a warning bell to prevent danger, but it makes us lie and do harmful and illogical actions.
Laura Nakhleh explained that with the character of fear that she embodied, she touched the competent feeling that does not fail the person, but is flawed by haste and excessive nervousness, which results in many mistakes that we cannot fix sometimes.
It is noteworthy that Dar Al-Assad for Culture and Arts launched its cultural project for children and adolescents in an effort to spread musical and theatrical culture among all age groups of society and a desire to create a state of attraction for this segment. With the show (The Five Feelings) until August 18 in the multi-use hall.
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