that is based on the book of Panayiotis Tsirides, starting from this Thursday at Katara’s Drama Theatre.
The visitors of the Cultural village will be enthralled by the Greek play that will continue to amuse the attendees until the seventh of May, every day starting form 5:30 pm.
"The Short Dragon's Code" interactive play will be performed by the Greek theatrical group within an overwhelming atmosphere of interaction through music and puppet shows. In addition, a 30 min concert by the Qatar Music Academy's Youth Orchestra will precede the theatrical play all over the days of the dazzling performances.
The play depicts the life of a wise, but short dragon lived by the river with his friends, a female crocodile with an eating obsession and her two siblings each with his own character.
The climax of the play occurs when the dragon stumbles upon an old chest. What could it hide? In what ways the chest will change the friends' life?
Staged by, Amalia Kosma, Elena Lamprou, Patrikios Kostis, Theodosia Savvaki, and Marianthi Fotaki, kids will learn the importance of solidarity and collaboration at helping people to overcome all obstacles in bid to lead happy and prosper lives.
Through hosting similar events, the cultural Village Foundation tends to illustrate its message of bringing cultures together and attracting visitors from all walks of life.