A Bilingual Baby

A Bilingual Baby

miércoles, 5 de marzo de 2014

Stork-legged Elephants: El petit Dalí

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[El petit Dalí de Únics Produccions]


El otro día, fuimos al Teatro Poliorama a ver El petit Dalí, la adaptación teatral de un libro de Anna Obiols. El protagonista de la historia es Salvi, es decir, Salvador Dalí de pequeño, un niño extremadamente imaginativo. Durante la obra, conoce a personajes muy curiosos, como un cocinero que cocina tortillas de relojes o nuestro preferido, un elefante con patas de cigüeña. Lo que más nos gustó del espectáculo es la idea de que existe una llave que abre un tesoro: nuestra propia imaginación. Un espectáculo perfecto para acercar la obra de Dalí a los niños. 

Some days ago, we went to Teatro Poliorama and saw a show about Salvador Dalí. El petit Dalí is based on a book by Anna Obiols. The main character is Salvi, that is, Salvador Dalí when he was an extremely imaginative child. He meets very interesting products of his imagination, such as a cook who cooks omelettes made with watches or, our favourite character, a stork-legged elephant. What we loved the most was the idea that there is a key that opens a treasure: our own imagination. A great show to help children understand Dalí's work.
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5 comentarios:

  1. Oh my goodness! I have never hear of this book and I am searching everywhere for it on the internet now. So glad you introduced me to it!

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    1. Hi Kali! I must confess I haven't read this book, but I'm going to buy it too, it looks fantastic. Thanks for your comment! M

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  2. A great post!

    Before Christmas we got into the habit of going to the theatre every Sunday morning with our 2 1/2 year old. Now that carnival is over and teh new year has officially begun in Brazil we'll have to start the habit again as it was a wonderful way to bond and encourage imagination.

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    1. Hi Stephen! It never thought that it was possible than a Brazilian didn't like carnival! Obrigada for your comment. As you can see, I can't speak (Brazilian) Portuguese, ironically, Portuguese people usually understand Spanish when we speak with them, but not the other way around :)
      M

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  3. Fantastic! What a neat book, thanks for sharing!

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