Theatres in Hanoi are busy launching new shows ahead of International Children’s Day on June 1 and the upcoming summer holidays. This season’s offerings are diverse and exciting as theatres continue to invest in quality programming. Kids’ shows that entertain and educate Traditional theatres lure more viewers New show entitled Sơn Tinh Thủy Tinh by Viet Nam Youth Theatre. Photo Nguyen Binh Viet Nam Youth Theatre – the only theatre for children in Hanoi – has three shows including The Blue Bird, Mermaid Dreams and the new Sơn Tinh Thủy Tinh (Mountain Deity and Water Deity). “The show tells a story about a fight between Sơn Tinh and Thủy Tinh,” said Huy. “It highlights the spirit of solidarity and our ancestors’ work to create dikes and prevent floods. It also conveys the message that individual selfishness harms innocent people.” Sơn Tinh Thủy Tinh is a folk tale familiar to many generations of Vietnamese. It is a legend that attempts to explain the natural phenomenon of the monsoon season. The Blue Bird and Mermaid Dreams came to the audiences last season, but the artists have changed some details to make them more attractive. Also drawing on Vietnamese folk culture, Le Ngoc… Read full this story
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