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The Gasca Zurli Tournament - "Come to the table" increases with another 3 cities

At the request of our friends from the country, we managed to add another 3 cities in the national tour Gasca Zurli - "Come to the table!". These are the cities of Ploiesti, Rm.Valcea and Buzau. The tickets were put up for sale on the Eventim website and in the Eventim partner stores in the country.

And that's not all, today the tickets for the show in Sibiu, from October 30, from the Transylvania Sports Hall were put up for sale. Thus, the Gasca Zurli tournament - "Come to the table!" gather 13 cities! Let's do a brief recap of them:

• 03 OCTOBER, BRASOV, SALA DACIA, COMPLEX LUX DIVINA, TIME 19.00

• 05 OCTOBER, CLUJ-NAPOCA, MULTIPURPOSE ROOM, TIME 19.00

• OCTOBER 13, BOTOSANI, "ELISABETA LIPA" MULTIPURPOSE ROOM, 7pm

• OCTOBER 14, BACAU, "RADU BELIGAN" SUMMER THEATER, 7pm

• OCTOBER 15, GALATI, SPORTS HALL, TIME 19.00

• OCTOBER 16, BUZAU, SPORTS HALL, TIME 19.00

• OCTOBER 17, PLOIESTI, THE CULTURE HOUSE OF THE UNIONS, AT 7pm

• 19 OCTOBER, RM.VALCEA, TRAIAN SPORTS ROOM, 7pm

• OCTOBER 22, CRAIOVA, MULTIPURPOSE ROOM, TIME 19.00

• 25 OCTOBER, BUCHAREST, POLIVALENT HALL, AT 7pm

• 29 OCTOBER, TIMISOARA, SPORTS HALL "CONSTANTIN JUDE", AT 7pm

• OCTOBER 30, SIBIU, TRANSILVANIA SPORTS HALL, TIME 19.00

• 04 NOVEMBER, BAIA MARE, SPORTS HALL "LASCAR PANA".

The show brings to light new songs, but also a new character - the cook Zurli. "Come to the table!" Is a unique production. tasty, to the liking of the little ones and of the big ones, by which this one intends to make friends with the children with the healthy food, with the vegetables and, especially, with the state at the table.

13 cities, thousands of kilometers, huge scenes and light games, new songs, a new character - Zurli cook, a super force for a super show - "Come to the table!".

Gasca Zurli brings the appetite throughout the country and, with it, the magic of family meals. Tickets can be purchased online from www.eventim.ro and from partner stores Eventim.ro in the country.

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Ghost Meringues for Halloween

So, it's bluffing! Little ghostly meringues on choco cupcakes. Diabolically greedy.

So, it's bluffing! Little ghostly meringues on choco cupcakes. Diabolically greedy.

Schedule of shows Tandarica Theater, 11 - 21 October 2012

Schedule of shows Tandarica Theater, 11 - 21 October 2012

Schedule of shows Tandarica Theater, 15 - 21 October 2012.
Lahovari Hall

Thursday, October 11, 10:00 am

The Jungle Book

Directed by: Adela Moldovan
Adaptation: Adela Moldovan
Scenography: Eustatiu Gregorian
Music: Dan Balan
Distribution: Angela Filipescu / Gratiela Ene, Florentina Tanase / Petronela Purima, Paul Ionescu / Daniel Stanciu, Cristina Rosiianu / Dora Ortelecan Dumitrescu, Alina Petrescu / Eugenia Barbu, George Nastase / Dan Codreanu, Adrian lefter / Florin Mititelu.
Age: over 3 years
Duration: 60 min
It is the masterpiece of the English writer Rudyard Kipling. Appeared in 1894, "The Jungle Book" will be continued, one year later, by "The Second Jungle Book."
The title of the book has a double meaning: on the one hand, to locate a land in which tigers, elephants, monkeys, snakes, seals, crocodiles, camels, etc. they make up a disturbing universe, and on the other hand, to suggest that in this land the "law of the jungle", that is, the law of the strongest, predominates, the characters joining in a continuous struggle for survival. The author manages to surprise animals with general human traits. He praises the courage, the kindness, the spirit of sacrifice and denounces greed, cruelty, cunning. Under the form of stories, the author presents the growth and maturation among the wild animals of a "chicken of man", breastfed with much love by the Rak-sha wolf, which will give her the name of Mowgli. Mowgli is trained to learn the laws of the jungle by the Bagheera panther. Baloo bear and python Kaa, characters who will defend him from the cruel and cunning tiger Shere Khan, who, eventually, before returning among the people, Mowgli will defeat him. Thanks to his talent of describing the wonderful world of animals, of capturing their lives, of equipping them with the gift of speech, of transforming them into believable characters, involved in powerful conflicts, Rudyard Kipling is one of the greatest creators of literature. universal. The text of the book has been adapted for youth numerous times and there have also been several adaptations for comics. There are several cartoon films produced by Walt Disney, adapted very freely after the stories with Mowgli. (The adaptations of The Jungle Book tend to focus on Mowgli's adventures.) There have been several films with varying degrees of authenticity. Disney's 1967 animated movie Jungle Book. Disney produced a sequel, The Jungle Book 2, on the premiere February 14, 2003 in the United States. (The Romanian premiere took place on April 14, 2003.) "Toomai of the elephants" appeared on the film as Elephant Boy, later inspiring a television series with the same name. Rudyard Kipling Joseph Rudyard Kipling (b. December 30, 1865 Bombay, India - d. January 18, 1936) British poet and writer, winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1907. He is famous for his children's story "The Jungle Book" (1894). , the Indian spy novel "Kim" (1901), the poems "Gunga Din" (1892) and "If-" (1895), numerous sketches and novels. in 1934 he was awarded, along with William Butler Yeats, the Gothenburg Prize for Poetry. During his life he was considered a poet and was offered a noble title and post of distinguished poet - both rejected by Kipling. The Jungle Book At Tandarica the show is an almost faithful illustration of Kipling's book, but it uses the specific means of animation theater and represents a return to tradition, because the catwalk and the long-haired puppets are used. This implies a great dexterity in handling. The show is lively, colorful, extremely musical.

Friday, October 12, 10:00 am

Beauty and the Beast

Directed by: Cristian Pepino
Set design: Cristina Pepino
Music: Dan Balan
distribution:
Daniel Stanciu - Gabriel Apostol, Cristian Mitescu - Paul Ionescu, Mariana Zaharia - Eugenia Barbu, Lili Gavrilescu - Andreea Ionescu, Geo Dinescu - Daniela Ruxandra Mihai, Marin Fagu - Viorel Ionescu, Dora Ortelecan Dumitrescu - Ana Maria Balescu, Dan Codreanu - Adrian Lefter
Age: over 5 years
Release date: March 9, 2001
Duration: 60 min
She was once a good and kind girl, who did not dream of wealth, like her sisters. he wanted his adventure. What he found. In order to save her father, she lived in a magical castle with a mysterious beast. After this experience she discovered her own soul, the meaning of friendship and love.

Who is the Beast? A beautiful and young prince, transformed by a spell into a wild beast and condemned to live like this until a girl would fall in love with him. The fairy tale is based on the motive of the human being transformed into an animal, so that, after sacrifices, he becomes human again. All children between 5 and 12 years old are expected at yourNDaRICa Theater of Beauty and the Beast, to witness a "surprise show" and to live "a source of fresh and deep emotions, an authentic joy" (Ion PARHON, "Free Romania") ")." Beauty and the Beast "is one of the most famous fairy tales, almost as well known as" Cinderella "and" Beautiful from the sleeping forest ". Many children prefer this story to others because it contains the adventure of a charming and strange prince at the same time. , unseen servants and many magical elements. "Beauty and the Beast" is one of the few stories in which the main characters, before falling in love, know each other very well, enter one into the other's soul. Unlike "Cinderella", where it is about love at first sight or "Beautiful from the sleeping forest" in which the heroine falls in love with a single kiss, the Beautiful spends some time near the Beast, loves her soul, and then, like a in return, the spell dissipates and she sees that she has reasons to love her face too. The true message of the story, besides the one that says that true love always wins, is that true beauty must be sought inside each one of us. Famous versions of the storyThe first version belonged to Gabriella de Villeneuve and was published in 1740 in "Le jeune américuaine" et les contes marins ". It is interesting that the Beast does not look human after the night of his wedding with the Beautiful! The most famous version of the story is the one signed by Jeanne-Marie Le Prince de Beaumont, first published in 1756. She many parts of Gabriella Villeneuve's writing have been removed, but they retain all the magical elements (the golden chest, the magic mirror, the enchanted ring.) Since the eighteenth century, many have tried to rewrite this fairy tale in the form of a story, theater or poem. An example is Robin McKinley's "Beauty", fascinating and especially romantic. In the last century the story has experienced numerous screenings. Jean Cocteau's detachment from 1946 and then, more recently, Disney's film is detached. Jean-Marie Leprince De Beaumont (1711-1780) moved from his home country - France - to England in 1745, and from here to Austria. in 1764. She is the author of more than 70 volumes, was very well seen by the literary and artistic world of the time, but today she is only known for her signature version of the fairy tale "Beauty and the Beast".

Saturday, October 13, 11:00 am

Three Little Pigs

Directed by: Mihai Gruia Sandu
Stage design: Daniela Dragulescu, Matei Dumitrescu,
Distribution: Florin Mititelu / Alexandru Neculce, Paul Ionescu / Viorel Ionescu, Cristina Rosiianu / Adrian Lefter, Florentina Tanase / Roxana Visan, Angela Filipescu / Ionut Ghinea, Ilona Hrestic / George Simian.
Age: over 3 years
Duration: 60 min
The three piglets is one of the most beloved stories for children. That is why the debris of the three piglet brothers circulated orally.
One day, the three piglets came to the conclusion that they had grown enough and could start looking for something in the world. The first, tired piglet stopped when he met a man with a fan-filled cart and decided to make a soft fan's cottage. The second piglet decided to make a wooden box after he hit a man with a cart full of wood. The third piglet stayed at a stone house and thought about making a stone house. At night the first piglet woke up at the door with the hungry wolf asking him to open his door. The piglet refused and then the wolf blew and the fan scattered, and the piglet went to the second brother. The wolf also visited him, asked him to open the door, the poor piglet, scared, refused. The wolf blew with power and the wooden house was demolished on the second attempt. The two piglet brothers took refuge in the third. Here, the wolf after blowing several times failed to take down the house. Angry, the wolf climbed onto the roof and tried to enter the furnace. The pigs, however, prepared the wolf a surprise: they put a kettle on the fire, filled with water. Finally, the wolf reached the pot with boiling water, began to scream in pain, came out through the wall into the forest. The three brothers built an even bigger house, with stone walls, a table and a wooden closet and soft fan beds where they lived happily. The show from Tandarica is based on the classic story that it respects, but all the adventures of the three pigs are viewed with irony. It is a puppet show with long threads, with the catwalk, being also a premiere, representing the return to one of the puppet theater traditions, the puppet show.

Sunday, October 14, 11:00 am

The Little Mermaid

Directed by: Gabriel Apostol
Set design: Cristina Pepino
Music: Dan Balan
Distribution: Alina Teianu / Geo Dinescu, Viorel Ionescu / George Nastase, Ioan Brancu / Cristian Mitescu, Victor Bucur / Adrian Lefter, Alina Petrescu / Roxana Visan, Mariana Zaharia / Petronela Purima. Voice Mica Sirena: Monica Madas.
Age: over 4 years
Release date: March 31, 2005
Duration: 60 min
Andersen's story was first published in the 1836-1837 collection and is related to different folklore traditions related to the mermaid myth.

"Little Mermaid" at the Tandarica Theater. The fascinating world of the waters and the permanent attraction of the creatures of the blue depths for the world of the people are presented at the Tandarica Theater in a captivating show, full of color, charm and mystery. Puppets maneuvered with talent and visual actors recreate on the scene from you the story of the Little Mermaid in love with an earthly prince and forced to fight with the forces of evil and with the prejudices of all in order to defend his love and dream of embracing another universe with trees, birds, greenery, mountain heights and, above all, with the possibility of reaching immortality. Because even if the depth of the water offers those who live there a much longer life than the people, death means for them the total disappearance, their soul merging with the foam of the seas. instead, people "have souls that live eternally, even after the body becomes ash. Their souls rise to the sky, to the stars. As we rise to the surface of the water, to look at the earth's world, they rise to the unknown, to a wonderful world, which we will never know "- says the Little Mermaid's Grandmother. The Little Mermaid lives in the depths with her two sisters, with her friend or dolphin Delphi, with her grandmother and father - the water king. At the age of 15, every mermaid can come to the surface for the first time to see the world beyond the ocean. So does Little Mermaid. on the day he turned 15, she comes to the surface of the water and saves him from drowning. They fall in love. The only possibility of the Little Mermaid (Nausica) to remain on earth is for an earthly prince to declare his eternal love. The witch of the sea, Caracunda, the one who pulls the ships of the people, wants to take the place of the Little Mermaid and become the bride of the prince. in the end, the plans are foiled, and the two - Little Mermaid and Prince - marry and live happily on earth. Who are the mermaids? Usually, in most folklore traditions, mermaids are hostile to people; their most common role in folklore is to lure sailors to death, as appears in some literary versions, such as the meeting of Odysseus with the sirens of "Odyssey" (the song of the sirens is so beautiful that men jump at sea for to reach them; Odysseus avoids the danger by putting sailors to cover his ears), as well as to the German romantic poet Heinrich Heine in "Lorelei", where Lorelei lives in the waters of the Rhine and attracts them by song or by ship-carrying. and the inec. Andersen transforms the myth, causing his heroine to fall in love with a human being and save the prince, but the end remains unhappy (the two do not marry). The little mermaid and the storyteller from Tandarica is closer to the proposal of Disney's film, which transforms Andersen's story significantly, meditating on spiritual values ​​becoming a conventional story in which the heroine is eventually rewarded with an earthly marriage. Andersen's siren is drawn to the surface of the water by two complementary impulses, but at the same time separable: the romantic love for a beautiful prince and the moral desire to reach the immortality of the soul. Little Mermaid suffers when the prince marries another girl whom his rescuer believes. She breaks free from the myth of the mermaids, refusing to kill the prince, sacrificing herself and her love and remaining forever a prisoner of water. Hans Christian Andersen (1805-1875) is one of the greatest writers of children's literature. Until he was writing, Andersen tried to play, to sing, but his first book dedicated to children's stories was a resounding success, which made him dedicate himself to the world of fairy tales. His stories unite the fantastic folklore with the realistic element, orienting it towards a symbolic and moral significance. Of the best known stories: "The new clothes of the emperor", "Lead soldier", "Charmed amnar", "Girl with matches".
Voice Mica Sirena: Monica Madas.

Monday, October 15, 10:00 am

The Little Mermaid

Directed by: Gabriel Apostol
Set design: Cristina Pepino
Music: Dan Balan
Distribution: Alina Teianu / Geo Dinescu, Viorel Ionescu / George Nastase, Ioan Brancu / Cristian Mitescu, Victor Bucur / Adrian Lefter, Alina Petrescu / Roxana Visan, Mariana Zaharia / Petronela Purima. Voice Mica Sirena: Monica Madas.
Age: over 4 years
Release date: March 31, 2005
Duration: 60 min
Andersen's story was first published in the 1836-1837 collection and is related to different folklore traditions related to the mermaid myth.
"Little Mermaid" at the Tandarica Theater. The fascinating world of the waters and the permanent attraction of the creatures of the blue depths for the world of the people are presented at the Tandarica Theater in a captivating show, full of color, charm and mystery. Puppets maneuvered with talent and visual actors recreate on the scene from you the story of the Little Mermaid in love with an earthly prince and forced to fight with the forces of evil and with the prejudices of all in order to defend his love and dream of embracing another universe with trees, birds, greenery, mountain heights and, above all, with the possibility of reaching immortality. Because even if the depth of the water offers those who live there a much longer life than the people, death means for them the total disappearance, their soul merging with the foam of the seas. In contrast, people "have souls living forever, even after the body becomes ash. Their souls rise to the sky, to the stars. As we rise to the surface of the water, to look at the earth's world, they rise to the unknown, to a wonderful world, which we will never know "- tells the Little Mermaid's Grandmother. The Little Mermaid lives in the depths together with the two her sisters, with her friend or dolphin Delfi, her grandmother and her father - the emperor of the waters. At the age of 15, every mermaid can come to the surface for the first time to see the world beyond the ocean. . on the day he turned 15, he comes to the surface of the water and saves him from drowning. They fall in love. The only possibility for the Little Mermaid (Nausica) to remain on earth is for an earthly prince to declare his eternal love. The witch of the sea, Caracunda, the one who pulls the ships of the people, wants to take the place of the Little Mermaid and become the bride of the prince. happy on earth. Who I am Usually, in most folklore traditions, mermaids are hostile to people; their most common role in folklore is to lure sailors to death, as appears in some literary versions, such as the meeting of Odysseus with the sirens of "Odyssey" (the song of the sirens is so beautiful that men jump at sea for to reach them; Odysseus avoids the danger by putting sailors to cover his ears), as well as to the German romantic poet Heinrich Heine in "Lorelei", where Lorelei lives in the waters of the Rhine and attracts them by song or by ship-carrying. and the inec. Andersen transforms the myth, causing his heroine to fall in love with a human being and save the prince, but the end remains unhappy (the two do not marry). The little mermaid and the storyteller from Tandarica is closer to the proposal of Disney's film, which transforms Andersen's story significantly, meditating on spiritual values ​​becoming a conventional story in which the heroine is eventually rewarded with an earthly marriage. Andersen's siren is drawn to the surface of the water by two complementary impulses, but at the same time separable: the romantic love for a beautiful prince and the moral desire to reach the immortality of the soul. Little Mermaid suffers when the prince marries another girl whom his rescuer believes. She breaks free from the myth of the mermaids, refusing to kill the prince, sacrificing herself and her love and remaining forever a prisoner of water. Hans Christian ANDERSEN (1805-1875) He is one of the greatest writers of children's literature. Until he was writing, Andersen tried to play, to sing, but his first book dedicated to children's stories was a resounding success, which made him dedicate himself to the world of fairy tales. His stories unite the fantastic folklore with the realistic element, orienting it towards a symbolic and moral significance. Of the best known stories: "The new clothes of the emperor", "Lead soldier", "Charmed amnar", "Girl with matches".

Tuesday, October 16, 10:00 am

The Little Mermaid

Directed by: Gabriel Apostol
Set design: Cristina Pepino
Music: Dan Balan
Distribution: Alina Teianu / Geo Dinescu, Viorel Ionescu / George Nastase, Ioan Brancu / Cristian Mitescu, Victor Bucur / Adrian Lefter, Alina Petrescu / Roxana Visan, Mariana Zaharia / Petronela Purima. Voice Mica Sirena: Monica Madas.
Age: over 4 years
Release date: March 31, 2005
Duration: 60 min
Andersen's story was first published in the 1836-1837 collection and is related to different folklore traditions related to the mermaid myth.
"Little Mermaid" at the Tandarica Theater. The fascinating world of the waters and the permanent attraction of the creatures of the blue depths for the world of the people are presented at the Tandarica Theater in a captivating show, full of color, charm and mystery. Puppets maneuvered with talent and visual actors recreate on the scene from you the story of the Little Mermaid in love with an earthly prince and forced to fight with the forces of evil and with the prejudices of all in order to defend his love and dream of embracing another universe with trees, birds, greenery, mountain heights and, above all, with the possibility of reaching immortality. Because even if the depth of the water offers those who live there a much longer life than the people, death means for them the total disappearance, their soul merging with the foam of the seas. In contrast, people "have souls living forever, even after the body becomes ash. Their souls rise to the sky, to the stars. As we rise to the surface of the water, to look at the earth's world, they rise to the unknown, to a wonderful world, which we will never know "- tells the Little Mermaid's Grandmother. The Little Mermaid lives in the depths together with the two her sisters, with her friend or dolphin Delfi, her grandmother and her father - the emperor of the waters. At the age of 15, every mermaid can come to the surface for the first time to see the world beyond the ocean. . on the day he turned 15, he comes to the surface of the water and saves him from drowning. They fall in love. The only possibility for the Little Mermaid (Nausica) to remain on earth is for an earthly prince to declare his eternal love. The witch of the sea, Caracunda, the one who pulls the ships of the people, wants to take the place of the Little Mermaid and become the bride of the prince. happy on earth sirens? Usually, in most folklore traditions, sirens are hostile to people; their most common role in folklore is to lure sailors to death, as appears in some literary versions, such as the meeting of Odysseus with the sirens of "Odyssey" (the song of the sirens is so beautiful that men jump at sea for to reach them; Odysseus avoids the danger by putting sailors to cover his ears), as well as to the German romantic poet Heinrich Heine in "Lorelei", where Lorelei lives in the waters of the Rhine and attracts them by song or by ship-carrying. and the inec. Andersen transforms the myth, causing his heroine to fall in love with a human being and save the prince, but the end remains unhappy (the two do not marry). The little mermaid and the storyteller from Tandarica is closer to the proposal of Disney's film, which transforms Andersen's story significantly, meditating on spiritual values ​​becoming a conventional story in which the heroine is eventually rewarded with an earthly marriage. Andersen's siren is drawn to the surface of the water by two complementary impulses, but at the same time separable: the romantic love for a beautiful prince and the moral desire to reach the immortality of the soul. Little Mermaid suffers when the prince marries another girl whom his rescuer believes. She breaks free from the myth of the mermaids, refusing to kill the prince, sacrificing herself and her love and remaining forever a prisoner of water. Hans Christian Andersen (1805-1875) is one of the greatest writers of children's literature. Until he was writing, Andersen tried to play, to sing, but his first book dedicated to children's stories was a resounding success, which made him dedicate himself to the world of fairy tales. His stories unite the fantastic folklore with the realistic element, orienting it towards a symbolic and moral significance. Of the best known stories: "The new clothes of the emperor", "Lead soldier", "Charmed amnar", "Girl with matches".

Wednesday, October 17, 10:00 am

Beauty and the Beast

Directed by: Cristian Pepino
Set design: Cristina Pepino
Music: Dan Balan
distribution:
Daniel Stanciu - Gabriel Apostol, Cristian Mitescu - Paul Ionescu, Mariana Zaharia - Eugenia Barbu, Lili Gavrilescu - Andreea Ionescu, Geo Dinescu - Daniela Ruxandra Mihai, Marin Fagu - Viorel Ionescu, Dora Ortelecan Dumitrescu - Ana Maria Balescu, Dan Codreanu - Adrian Lefter
Age: over 5 years
Release date: March 9, 2001
Duration: 60 min
She was once a good and kind girl, who did not dream of wealth, like her sisters. he wanted his adventure. What he found. In order to save her father, she lived in a magical castle with a mysterious beast. After this experience she discovered her own soul, the meaning of friendship and love.

Who is the Beast? A beautiful and young prince, transformed by a spell into a wild beast and condemned to live like this until a girl would fall in love with him. The fairy tale is based on the motive of the human being transformed into an animal, so that, after sacrifices, he becomes human again. All children between 5 and 12 years old are expected at yourNDaRICa Theater of Beauty and the Beast, to witness a "surprise show" and to live "a source of fresh and deep emotions, an authentic joy" (Ion PARHON, "Free Romania") ")." Beauty and the Beast "is one of the most famous fairy tales, almost as well known as" Cinderella "and" Beautiful from the sleeping forest ". Many children prefer this story to others because it contains the adventure of a charming and strange prince at the same time, unseen servants and many magical elements. "Beauty and the Beast" is one of the few stories in which the main characters, before falling in love, know each other very well, enter one into the soul of the other. Unlike "Cinderella", where it is about love at first sight or " The beautiful from the sleeping forest "in which the heroine falls in love with a single kiss, the Beautiful spends some time near the Beast, loves her soul, and then, as a reward, the spell dissipates and she sees that he has reasons to love her face. The true message of the story, besides the one that says that true love always wins, is that true beauty must be sought inside each one of us. Famous versions of the storyThe first version belonged to Gabriella de Villeneuve and was published in 1740 in "Le jeune américuaine" and the sea stories. " It is interesting that here the Beast does not look like a human after the night of his wedding with the Beautiful! The most well-known version of the story is the one signed by Jeanne-Marie Le Prince de Beaumont, first published in 1756. It has removed many parts of Gabriella Villeneuve's writing, but it retains all the magical elements (the gold box, the magic mirror, the enchanted ring). . Since the eighteenth century, many have tried to rewrite this fairy tale in the form of a story, play or poem. An example is Robin McKinley's "The Beautiful", fascinating and especially romantic. In the last century the story has had numerous screenings. Jean Cocteau's one from 1946 and then, more recently, Disney's film is detached. Jean-Marie Leprince De Beaumont (1711-1780) moved from his country of origin - France - to England in 1745, and from here to Austria in 1764. She is the author of over 70 volumes, was rarely seen by the literary and artistic world of the time, but today it is only known for its version of the fairy tale "Beauty and the Beast"

Thursday, October 18, 10:00 am

Danila Prepeleac

Directed by: Ioan Brancu
Adaptation: Ioan Brancu
Scenography: Marian Sandu
Music: Dan Balan
Distribution: Mariana Zaharia / Eugenia Barbu, Ilona Hrestic / Alexandru Neculcea, Dan Codreanu / George Simian, Marin Fagu / Cristian Mitescu, Ioan Brancu / Ionut Paduraru, Mihai Dumitrescu / George Nastase.
Age: over 5 years years
Duration: 70 min
Two brothers lived in a village. The big one was diligent and had. At least he was doing everything in reverse, he was reckless and poor and he still had a lot of children. The poor brother had made a quarry near the house, which is why the world called him Danila Prepeleac.
He also had a couple of big, beautiful oxen, but he had no cart. he was borrowing his brother's. Once he told them to go to the fair, to sell the big oxen and to take some smaller ones, and with the rest to take a car. On the way to the sea you see a man coming down the valley. He thought he was going alone and told the man to take the oxen and give him the cart. Happy with such a fair, the man took the oxen and left his car.Danila also started down the valley, to return home with the car. But the cart was coming back. he hardly stopped at the edge of the road and when a man went with a goat to the fair, he made another exchange. He gave the cart and took the goat, which was a little goofy, as are all the goats. Her village, Danila Prepeleac, is changing her goose. The goose stood on the couch, so he also changed it, gave it to an empty bag. When he saw his brother or what he had done, he told him that he was swimming. Danila once asked the chariot, now with oxen, to bring firewood from the forest. His brother gave it to him, but for the last time. In the woods, Danila pulled the car right next to a large, thick tree to drop directly into the car. When he cut it, the tree fell and crushed and the chariot and oxen. When he got home, he told his brother - or that he was a ghetto in the woods - to give him the mare to pull the chariot. His brother, desperate, said he was better at the monastery, and did not give him the bait, but Danila Prepealeac took it in stride. Arriving in the woods, Danila thought of making a monastery that her brother had always called her - or that she should be a monk. it meant a place with a cross, then I started to choose the trees, saying out loud what each would be good for. There lived some hell. Scaraoschi sent a devil with a bag of yellows, to give to Danila to leave, not to make a monastery. Danila did not leave immediately, because she could not carry the bag. He woke up with another devil. Scaraoschi felt bad after the yellow and sent him to try his powers with Danila. Who will win, will take the sack with yellow.they took the race with a back jacket, then the devil said to go on the run, to take the tranche and, in the finesse, go to the grind. to break the vault of the sky, but Danila told him that he was going to blow even harder. Scaraoschi sent another devil, with a huge tail, to throw him, but Danila scared that he would throw him to the moon and the devil ran back to arch * fiend. He sent another, to curse with Danila Prepeleac. What happened you will see watching the show. Ion Creanga (1837-1889) classic of Romanian literature. He was a long time deacon in the church and teacher. It was part of the literary circle of "Junimii" led by Titu Maiorescu. Fine, jovial and ironic observer of the human nature, especially of the rural universe, master of the oral style, creator of remarkable human typologies, author of fairy tales and stories that restructure to the dimensions of the fabulous conflicts and ethical and social aspects. The story "Danila Prepeleac" was included in the category of fairy tales about the evil devil (together with "Ivan Turbinca" and "The story of Stan Patitul"). In all, the terrifying image of hell and devils is replaced by a grotesque one, belonging to a world. "inside out".

Friday, October 19, 10:00 am

Tom Degetel

Directed by: Daniel Stanciu
Set design: Delia Ioaniu
Music: Dan Balan
Distribution: Alina Teianu / Ilona Hrestic, Gratiela Ene / Daniela Ruxandra Mihai, Viorel Ionescu / Florin Mititelu, Victor Bucur / George Nastase, Marin Fagu / Daniel Stanciu, Paul Ionescu / Adrian Lefter, Petronela Purima / Dora Ortelecan Dumitrescu.
Age: over 3 years
Duration: 60 min
A little boy just like the thumb, gifted by a wizard to a poor family of peasants who wanted a small child very much. After a lot of trouble and turmoil, Tom, having arrived at King Arthur's court, wins the admiration of the good and generous sovereign.
Tom Degetel is an old English folk tale, found in the folklore of many countries. However, the English version is the best known. P.J. Stahl, born in Chartres in 1814 and dead in Monte Carlo in 1891, the editor of Balzac and Hugo, rewrote "The Adventures of Tom Degetel" in 1844. Stahl's originality lies in the fact that he situates the classic story with roots in the Middle Ages in the context of a bourgeois families. In order to calm his nephews, they are a bit confused, his grandmother tells Tom Degetel's legend, insisting on some co

Aloe is a simple solution for many ailments. This inconspicuous plant, which we can set on the windowsill at home, works well for cuts, scratches, burns (also sun), skin changes in children, bites and digestive disorders. It can be used to strengthen the child's immunity. Aloe Vera is a plant that has been known for centuries, it was used both externally and internally, with great success replacing other means. How does aloe vera work on immunity in children?

Aloe vera for children - the most important advantages

  • fast therapeutic and preventive action,
  • safety of use,
  • strengthening the skin,
  • activation of epidermal regeneration processes,
  • improving digestion,
  • removes the problem of constipation in children, but does not act as a laxative,
  • strengthening the body and protecting against diseases.

What does aloe hide?

Aloe conceals lots of valuable ingredients. First of all, it contains up to 100 active substances and 14 minerals, thanks to this, aloe has a huge impact on children's immunity. It helps to provide ingredients that are often lacking in the daily diet rich in large amounts of refined carbohydrates. Is the source enzymes, amino acids, B, A, C vitamins, copper, potassium, magnesium, calcium, phosphorus, zinc and unsaturated fatty acids.

Aloe contains salicylic acid, natural substance o analgesic effect. Additionally antibacterial and anti-inflammatory ingredients and biostimulators accelerating the wound healing process.

Aloe is also an herb rich in sulfur, which have been used for centuries skin to strengthen it and support the reconstruction process. Thanks to the ingredients anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial helps to remove skin changes. Instantly soothes and positively affects the skin structure. Studies also show that aloe vera can well affect the pH of the skin, which due to a poor diet changes, thereby reducing the protective barrier of the epidermis.

Aloe in dietary supplements, aloe gels and juices

Aloe for immunity in children is used in popular dietary supplements, e.g. Bioaron C, Immunaron C, which, according to manufacturers, can be used in children after the age of three.

In addition to dietary supplements that cause ambivalent feelings, eco products are available - aloe juice or aloe vera gel. You can also prepare aloe juice yourself, using the benefits of a houseplant.

How to prepare aloe juice for a child for immunity?

For the preparation of aloe juice, with healing, but above all prophylactic effect, you should be prepared in advance. For this purpose, we should have at least a two-year-old plant at home, which should not be watered for two weeks before picking the leaves.

We pick fresh leaves right at the root, put in the fridge for a minimum of 24 hours, optimally 3-5 days. Then wash the leaves and thoroughly clean them with a knife to get rid of the spikes and the outer layer. We cut and mix the leaves. We rub through a sieve, add a tablespoon of honey (or lemon juice) and pour into a dark bottle. Aloe vera for children is given one teaspoon twice a day.

Aloe for immunity in children - since when can it be used?

Although many have so-called natural methods of strengthening immunity from the early months of life, most experts recommend that aloe vera should be used in children who are one year old. Younger children may be given aloe vera after consulting a doctor.

Aloe is natural and mild when used. Does not cause side effects. This plant is considered very safe.

For internal use in the form of juice, it is recommended to use it before meals to facilitate the flow of valuable ingredients into the stomach. In this way, it is possible to ensure good digestion during the meal. Providing vitamin C, E and B12 with aloe helps digestion.

Aloe juice pregnant women should not drink and breastfeeding mothers.

Our name finder has thousands of baby names to help you choose a beautiful name for your baby. You will find in this article everything about the name Coppelia.

The use of this name is due to the famous mechanical doll devised by Dr. Coppellius, in Leo Delibes's opera

Abundance ", splendor, generosity, voluptuousness.

November 1st.

Latin

  • Saint Adalbert, deacon is celebrated on June 25 and Saint Adalbert, bishop is celebrated on October 30

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Epidural anesthesia cannot be applied to any pregnant woman, because there are risks and conditions for setting up an epidural anesthesia, depending on the results of the analysis of the future mother.
Conditions for being able to perform epidural anesthesia
Not all pregnant women can opt for epidural anesthesia. There are several physical or health-related reasons for which this decision may depend:
• Certain medications you take, your blood composition, back problems, massive bleeding or lack of an anesthetist in motherhood.
• Some hospitals do not allow epidural anesthesia in certain cases, such as when you have reached maximal dilatation (10cm) or not before 4cm. But the fact that you can only do an epidural in this dilation interval is a myth.
Indeed, if you reach 8-9 cm dilation, the contractions are very strong and it becomes more difficult to fit your epidural catheter, but delaying the epidural can reduce some of the risks associated with this procedure.
If, however, it is too late to set up an epidural anesthesia, you usually opt for intravenous analgesics, which do not make the pain go away completely, but relax and help you concentrate. The good part is that after using them, you have the freedom of movement and control over your body.
So, you should not be denied the installation of a catheter for epidural anesthesia at any time, except when the baby's head is already out.
Risks in case of epidural anesthesia
Choosing an epidural anesthesia to remove pain may result in losing control of pregnancy over your own body. Often the decision to make an epidural is made without being aware of the possible risks for the mother and child.
• The epidural doubles the risk of needing a caesarean section and the birth may prove more difficult.
• Substantial quantities of the medication used in epidural anesthesia, which is injected around the spinal cord, reach the placenta and thus the baby.
• Blood pressure drops, and this adverse effect is manifested in a woman of eight. The slowed blood flow leads to a decrease in the amount of oxygen that reaches the fetus.
• The second stage of labor is slowed down, increasing the chances of using the forceps.
• The anesthetic also affects the pelvic muscles, muscles that guide the head of the fetus. Thus, the chances of the baby coming out correctly on the birth canal decrease.
• If the forceps are used or if the second stage of labor becomes too long, an episiotomy is usually performed.
• In addition to the uterus, it also cushions the bladder, which involves the use of a urine probe, which is neither comfortable nor pleasant.
• Adverse effects of epidural anesthesia include itching (itching) on ​​the entire surface of the skin (a common effect especially when the anesthetic used is opiate or caused by morphine). Morphine also causes herpes in some cases.
• Part of the cases of epidural anesthesia showed vomiting or chills, caused by the effect of the anesthetic on the thermoregulatory system.
• When an epidural has been mounted for more than five hours, the body temperature and blood pressure increase, which can be a sign of infection affecting the uterus and fetus.
Rarely do complications of the type occur:
• Damping areas, which often disappear after three months;
• Touching of the meningeal leaves, which can cause prolonged and sometimes even severe headaches;
• In some cases, the loss of sensitivity and weakness in the areas affected by the epidural, but it also usually disappears after three months;
Specialist studies have suggested that epidural anesthesia is related to the release of oxytocin, which lowers lactation.
Serious but rare complications involve permanent nerve damage, seizures and difficulty breathing and heart function or even death that can be attributed to epidural anesthesia.
A study by British researchers shows that in the case of epidural anesthesia at birth, pregnant women should not be particularly worried, as the risk of permanent injury is 1 in 80,000. Overall, the risks of complications were very low, around 1 to 23,000, with up to 10% less than initially estimated.

Name Joanne - Meaning of the Name

Origin of first name:

Hebrews

Meaning of the name:

Joana, Joani, Joanne are all derived from the name Jeanne, from the Hebrew "Yohanan", which means "God is merciful".

Joanne also finds her sense of Latin "Johanna", the feminine of the English first name John and Jean in French.

Celebrities:

Joanne Gignilliat Trimmier Woodward, better known as Joanne Woodward, born in Thomasville on February 27, 1930, is an American director, producer and actress.

Joanne Rowling or J. K. Rowling is the British novelist who hides behind the "Harry Potter" tomes, translated into no less than 67 languages ​​around the world.

Jeanne D'arc is the little shepherdess of Domrémy in the Meuse who freed France from the grip of the English under King Charles VII. It was burned at the stake in 1431 by pronouncing the name of Jesus.

His character :

Joanne is not afraid of change and is always looking for excitement and adventure. Visionary and dynamic, she loves her freedom. Sociable, honest, she knows how to make new friends very easily. But will often want to be the leader of the group. She loves all areas that allow her to exercise her creativity.

Derivatives:

Tajuana (Afro-American), Jone (Basque), Joanna (Biblical), Ioanna (Biblical Greek), Iohanna (Biblical Latin), Ioana, Joana (Catalan), Žana (Croatian), Johanna, Johanne, Jonna (Danish), Johanneke (Dutch), Ohanna (Estonian), Jonna (Finnish), Xoana (Galician) and Juanita (Spanish).

His party :

The Joanne celebrate on December 27 in tribute to John the Baptist.

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