Las Tunas, Cuba.- The plays "Ricitos Valdés, the three bears and the Cuban music," and "Once again with the story of the cockroach" accompany their journey through this eastern province, a kind of gift for the children during their week of teaching break.
The Company led by Carlos Alberto Cremata Malberti, affectionately called Tim, has left unforgettable moments on its way through the "Eastern Cuban Balcony." One of these occurred in Manatí, where their tour began. The inhabitants of that municipality enjoyed songs popularized by important musical groups such as Van Van, as well as others very well-liked among the youngest at home.
The troupe that will celebrate its 30th birthday next February 14th is overflowing with songs, dances, games, poetry and feelings. In statements to the press, Tim Cremata reaffirmed his intention of going to the places where they are most helpful, as the most intricate communities.
In the municipality of Jesús Menéndez they shared great emotions. There they were presented with the Charles Íngram in memoriam Prize and the teacher Guillermo Castillo dedicated them beautiful verses.
About their experience in Puerto Padre they wrote in their Facebook account: "Excellent spectacle in the Amphitheater for more than 700 Emiliano Salvador's compatriots... What a way to dance and enjoy those children between 3 and 80 years ..."
In Las Tunas, the prestigious group also enjoyed the wonders of the Unusual House, one of three of its kind in Latin America. This Wednesday La Colmenita continues its performance in the southern municipalities.