Vassiliko Theatre, 18/11/2017
“It wakes up, plays, hides, throws, turns on, turns off, dresses, dances, drinks, nods, mum, look!”.
Katerina Karadima directs “Look!”, the story of how a baby spends an entire day at home, where it discovers sounds and shadows, it hides, appears and plays with anything that resembles a toy. Flying feathers, bouncing balls, changing colours, flowing water and a baby grows, little by little, to become a child. Mum could be somewhere around or maybe not, but every time something important happens, the baby needs to share with her the surprise and joy of discovery. Everything is summed up in a simple word, “Look!”.
The Theatre for very young children is a special type of theatre not particularly widespread in Greece. After a 4-year observation of a baby’s actions and reactions and research on what young children’s theatre really is and how it is aimed at a baby, the director has prepared a surprise show not only for young children (aged between 8 months and 4 years old), but also for theatre lovers who wish to experience this unique theatrical performance.
National Theatre of Northern Greece
Every Saturday at 12:00
Vassiliko Theatre (18/11/2017 - 27/01/2018)
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (22/12/2017)
Suitable for kids aged between 8 months and 4 years old