Amikeco - Loukia & Michael Zampelas Art Museum

Amikeco - Loukia & Michael Zampelas Art Museum


Using the puppet as one of the most extraordinary theatrical instruments, we travel to a sweet and nostalgic world, where Amikeco, a protagonist, demonstrates the power of love and the value of true friendship.

The name Amikeco derives from Esperanto, the most widely used international language created to harmonize the different peoples of the world. In this unique language, amikeco means friendship.
Following Esperanto's noble conception of intercultural communication among the people of all nations, the performance "Amikeco" exclusively uses music.

Without words and words, the theatrical work attempts to use music as a universal communication tool. Moreover, music has always allowed the expression of impressions and emotions, regardless of space and time. In this performance, the melody, written specifically for Amikeco, plays the second leading role.
The composition of the music was exclusively and specifically for Amikeko, will accompany him through many adventures, looking for something very important for him, something that the viewers will discover along the way!

Venue:
Loukia and Michael Zampelas Art Museum
27 Arch. Makarios III Avenue
Kaimakli, Lefkosia 1020, Cyprus
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Phone: +357 22 456 099
Website: www.zampelasart.com

Theatrical group: Canicula Puppets
Duration: 40 minutes
Script: Roberto Braham Chavez
Scriptwriter assistant: Sergio Marroquin de Leon
Directed by: Roberto Braham Chavez
Doll Handling: Eleni Iosifidou & Roberto Braham Chavez
Music: Sergio Marroquin de Leon

Participation fee: 6 Euro
Ages: for the whole family (4 years +)

Limited number of seats, please register until Thursday 21/12.

For information & registration: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. / +357 22 456 098.

Saturday, December 23, 2017, 17:00 - 18:00


Location:
Nicosia / Lefkosia Municipality, Cyprus
Date(s):
23/12/2017
Category:
Cultural / Theatre

The content is taken from the Cyprus Tourism Organisation's website.