Join our presentation “two in Greek and one in English as the translation of our books continues”, When the human spirit carves the buildings

There was once a quiltmaker who kept a house in the blue misty mountains up high…”

The Recreation Group of Omilos presented the theatrical play “two in Greek and one in English as the translation of our books continues”, a fairy tale by Jeff Brumbeau, on Saturday 31 5月 2014 in Omilospremises. This play continues Omiloslong tradition of staging theatrical plays for children and giving performances at institutions sheltering children, hospitals etc. offering laughter, joy and mainly love, as mentioned by the Head of Omilos when introducing the play.

Omilos was filled with children and grown ups who laughed wholeheartedly and participated in their own way; the mostnaughtyones would chat with the characters; thetell taleones would yell to the bear where to find the Quiltmaker so as to make a very fine breakfast of her; and the moststrictones would scold the King for being greedy.

At the end of the play the children along with thefairy tale characters–and even a few grown ups- stood up and danced to the bear’s hip-hop rhythm who turned good thanks to the Quiltmaker’s care.

The story is about the meaning of offering and loving our fellow humans.

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