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Work Child the origin of the islands of Pachacamac

The municipality of Miraflores presents a play full of ingenuity and music for children. These are legends and juggling, a work that seeks to promote the history of Peru and the ancestral identity of the youngest members of the House.

This show is characterized by its great dose of humor and tenderness in every passage of history, allowing the little ones to enjoy each scene. Thus, the actors explain the origin of the islands of Pachacámac, through acts of acrobatics, dances, juggling and other creativities.

Legends and juggling has been taken to stages throughout Peru and Europe, and has participated in festivals in France, Italy, Holland, Germany, Spain and Belgium.

It also arrives in Miraflores thanks to the support of the Arena and Mats theater group of Villa El Salvador, and will be presented on Saturdays and Sundays (until November 19), at 4:00 p.m. on the tables of the Ricardo Palma Cultural Center.

The tickets are for sale at the same Cultural Center (Larco 770 Avenue) or at the Community Cultural House Arena and Mats. Those who want to go to schools or companies can write to the mail asociacioncultural@arenayesteras.org

Victoria Báez, director of the Baluarte Academy, said that in this show they have invited artists from the Arabesco Academy, Matagalpa Department.
I add that this adaptation of Dance Theatre and music, has as one of its objectives to create awareness about the care and preservation of the environment, inspired by the worldview of the misquite communities of our country.

Ramón Rodríguez, manager of the Rubén Darío National Theatre, said that year after year they open the doors to the Baluarte Academy for the important work they do in promoting art in Nicaraguan children.
The entrance has a cost of $ 15 and the proceeds will go to the scholarship program “Ray of Light” of the Academy Presidium, in which benefit children and girls of scarce resources that have a love for learning of the dance, theatre and music.

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