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Events 2005

Annual Mother's Day

Classika Theater

Library of Congress 1

Library of Congress 2

Picnic

Wat Lao

Youth conference

 

Snapshots 2005

Annual Mother's Day

Classika Theater

Library of Congress 1

Library of Congress 2

Picnic

Wat Lao

Youth Conference

 

Classika Theater, April 24, 2005

Packed like sardines, two vans dropped off LAWA drama students and their parents in front of Classika Theater in Shirlington, Virginia to see "The Magical Balloon" on April 24th.

Once the students went inside the theater and set themselves comfortably on their seats, the lights went off and it was pitched black and so "The Magical Balloon" began.

The students laughed, smiled and were in awe by the pantomime performance of Irina Tsikurishvili and Irakli Kavsadze, two of the renowned Georgian choreographers and actors.

After the show, Irina asked the audience to join in singing a “Happy Birthday” song to one of the girls whose parents were holding a birthday party afterwards for her. LAWA students harmoniously joined in singing. Then Irina asked the audience to come up on stage for a brief lesson in the art of pantomime. Our own Nina, Angie, Kenny and Austin mimicked Irina's every move: birds flying, writing, bouncing, feeling and so on. The students giggled and laughed throughout the lesson.

Here's what some of them had to say about the show:

Julius, "It looks so real!"

All the kids, "He's sweating a lot!"

Nina, "I like it!"

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