Pacala returns to the Village Museum!
Sunday, April 7, 2013, takes place the second edition of the cultural project "Pacala was born Romanian" organized by Class 1 and the Village Museum, funded by the Administration of the National Cultural Fund and supported by Zurli Events.
Caution, the hero of Romanian folk songs, is known for his humor and cleverness, but especially for his ability to make fun of trouble.
Pacala was born in Romania and is found in each of us. That is why he comes every spring to remind us what quality Romanian humor means, authentic Romanian music, our ancient crafts and traditions.
Pacala's day opens at 10:00, and at 10:30 takes place the first event, the show "Girl face and face girl", supported by the actors Zurli Theater, which will stage an interactive and humorous adaptation of the classic Romanian story.
Between 12:00 and 13:30 there are two moments of folk dance supported by The Calusarii ensemble from Valcele, Olt county and the Doinita Ensemble of the Student Culture House in Bucharest.
At 1 o'clock3:30 Pacala himself appears, which urges us to "joke about the saturated ones, to rejoice our brother", through a program of sketches that perfectly portray the spirit of the character.
At the end of the day there will be a contest of written messages on Pacala's door. The most beautiful will be awarded.
Throughout the day, folk craftsmen from different areas of the country will hold workshops for modeling eggs in clay, greeting cards, folk ornaments and textile braids.
Pacala is waiting for all Romanians at the Village Museum on April 7th, let's prove that Pacala is Romanian!
Tags Children's shows