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Thursday
05
APR

Theatre: My Homeland is Home to Gravity

17:00
19:30
LivinQ8
Event organized by LivinQ8

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The play is performed through a series of successive scenes, linked by a child leaping from one era to another amidst musical dramatic incidents. The play passes by Abdullah Al-Salem Cultural Centre entities, masked in an engrossing storyline. Exposition kickstarts by reconceptualising childhood; to be surrounded by a time of questions, curiosity, science and technology rather than myths. Following this scene, the child is thrown back to the Jurassic Era, to be chased by a dinosaur. She later flees to Europe where she witnessed the Age of Enlightenment, where she invents medicines (therapeutic turns). Thereof, she goes into an adventure in the forest amid microorganisms in attempt to readjust and survive. She, therefore, leaps into seas, oceans, and aquatic animals to face a breakthrough in transportation; starting with walking to horses, trains, cars and aircrafts. Finally, she reaches a breakthrough as huge as rockets, taking her to a free of gravity space. Instead, she searches for a mean to return back home; back to Kuwait (where gravity lies in the chore), seeing all this cosmic circle revolving in the heart of our homeland.

Tickets start from 7kd