“De todo Corazón” tries to get small children started as theatre viewers, with an emphasis on the conditions under which the play takes place.
When the children arrive at the theatre, the actress and violinist greet them and accompany them to the entrance of the “magical world”, welcoming them with their smiles and music.
Afterwards, the actress plays the part of a clown for the children, in an extremely tender moment. And, after that moment, the THEATRE adventure begins.
The story of a clown and bird born from the same egg plays out on a small brightly coloured set. Tied at the hip like two identical twins, they have little adventures together where they explore their feelings; swinging between tenderness and greed, fear and happiness.
The subtlety of the show takes us to a poetic universe that children can navigate with confidence and admiration.
When the show comes to an end it’s time to “come back”. The time comes to say goodbye. While the violin plays, the clown takes the children towards the exit and accompanies them on their way back home.