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Early Years Education Program

2005-present Theatre for children between the ages of 0 and 3 years old - a program developed in collaboration with "Step by Step" Center for Education and Professional Development. The program promotes the significance of education and of positive experiences during the first years of life, through theatre - presenting performances specially designed for the youngest part of the audience, performances in which sound, movement and colour are the most powerful means of communication.  Since 2009, we are creating performances and activities for children between 3 and 6 years. Performances produced so far: Colourful Balloons, The Ant and The Grasshopper, Pick-a-Boo with Bow and Meow, LaLaLaDoDo, Roundabout", Seeds-Semi, White and Black, The wardrobe with dreams and The Ears of Wheat, Playing in the park, Mirage in an EGG, Coconut, Musical Penguins, Iglu, Adventures in the garden of vegetables, Flight Through Stories, I will be the Little Prince, No Fea...

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Small size, Performing Arts for Early Years

Small size, Performing Arts for Early Years will be supported by Creative Europe, the new European Commission's framework programme for support to the culture and audiovisual sectors. The project will be supported for the next four years. The European Commission evaluated the 74 projects presented to the First Call for proposals and selected 21 of them, among which Small size - the only project especially dedicated to early years - ranked second. The network - that gradually got bigger through its 4 different projects - todays counts 17 partners from 15 different European countries: Asociación Civil Acción Educativa (Spain), Baboro Galway International Children's Festival Limited (Ireland), Centrum Sztuki Dziecka W Poznaniu (Poland), Ville De Limoges (France), Helios Theater (Germany), Kolibri Gyermek (Hungary), Kuukulkurit Ry - Dance Theatre Auraco (Finland), La Baracca - Testoni Ragazzi (Italy), Lutkovno Gledalisce Ljubljana (Slovenia), O'navio Thea...

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Small size, big citizens (2009-2014)

This is the third project that the Small size Network has been awarded by the European Union. The Ion Creangă Theatre became part of the Network in 2006, as a partner in the three year project Small Size, the net.  The current project Small size, big citizens - Widening of the European Network for the diffusion of the performing arts for Early Years", 5 year project supported through Culture Programme, involves now 12 partners from 12 different countries: Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Romania, Spain, Slovenia, United Kingdom, Hungary. 2009-2014 Small size, big citizens aims to give its own contribution to the idea that young children are "big" citizens and, as such, subjects of rights. In particular, it claims that young children have a sustainable right to enjoy the Arts, to be part of the artistic processes that nourish their emotional intelligence and help them develop their sensibilities and competences in ...

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Little actor's club

Taking place under the guidance of actresses with pedagogic abilities, these drama workshops aim to stimulate the children's creativity and to encourage their journey to self-discovery, through theatre imporvisation. The Club is opened, each season, for a number of 20 children/group, between the ages of 5 and 12 years old. For more information, please contact: Corina Petrache / corina.petrache@teatrulioncreanga.ro. ...

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Playwriting for children contest "100, 1000, a million stories"

2007-2014 Ion Creangă Theatre, together with the Writer's Association in Bucharest - the Playwriting and Theatre Criticism section, initiated, in 2007, the playwriting for children contest 100, 1000, a million stories. The purpose of this competition, initiated by Ion Creangă Theatre, is to stimulate writers to create new and original plays for children, to support authors, by giving them the opportunity to have their work presented on a professional theatre stage. The winners of the previous editions are: First edition, 2007, When toys say bye!, by Sânziana Popescu Second edition, 2008, The story of the child that saved all stories, by Ștefan Mitroi  Third edition, 2009, The mystery of the invisible town, by Victor Cilincă Fourth edition, 2010, Caroline and the pony, by Laurențiu Budău Sixth edition, 2012, The World of Paparin, by Carmen Dominte ...

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Travelling Clowns

Within this program, Ion Creangă Theatre develops interactive shows, performed, on various celebrations, in unconventional locations (such as parks, schools, nurseries, kindergartens etc.)  ...

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Pinocchio

During a whole season, approximately 6,000 children, beneficiaries of several foundations and children's institutions, have free access to the theatre’s performances.  On various celebrations, the theatre organises shows for institutionalised children, in partnership with associations or other companies, followed by reunions with actors and gifts offering ...

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Masters of Ceremony

During the working week, the performances from the Ion Creangă Theatre are preceded by an interactive introduction into the world of theatre, done by one of the actors (the master of ceremony), in an open dialogue with the children in the audience.  The main purpose of this is to have the young theatregoers aquainted with the theatre world and atmosphere and to raise their interest for the wonderful misteries of the stage. ...

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Francofony

1994-2004 The Francophony program focuses on staging performances of French drama, played in French. Within this program, there have been presented the following plays, under Cornel Todea’s direction: "Improvisation or The Shepherds’ Chameleon" by Eugene Ionesco, having its premiere at the French Institute in Vienna, 1994; "The Farce of Master Pathelin", a fifteenth century anonymous masterpiece, with its premiere at the French Institute in Bucharest, 1998; "Theatre sans animaux", containing the plays: Bronches, USA, Rumeurs, Monique, Exhibition of Jean Michel Ribes, having its premiere at the Francophone Festival “Theatre Blow”, in March 2004. ...

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The Foyer Exhibition

Exhibitions of graphic art, painting, photography, religious paintings executed by children are regularly organised in the theatre's foyer; children, little viewers and artists are often inspired by the Ion Creangă Theatre’s performances.  ...

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