In the third year, Auckland’s beloved Christmas party pays tribute to this season, this time, the audience will go to medieval Spain “the ancient mystery of Analusia.” 8-9 December 2018 and 14-15-16, 2018, Performance at 1547 Lake side Avenue, Scottish Auditorium 9462, Auckland.
Every winter, the carnival brings a grand celebration to traditions and cultures around the world. We create joy for songs, dances, and stories in every culture. These songs, dances and stories mark all forms of the year. We build communities and connections through our unique theatrical production, connecting audiences and performers, and remind us that within our diversity and intergenerational reach, the human experience is a wonderful continuation!
In 2018, our carnival began in 1600, in Andalusia, Spain. Three men, a young Moor woman, a Sipatic Jew, and an elderly Castilian, each with a mysterious clue leading them on a question. They all hope to find a way back to the Rakovencias from time to time, as they understand it, when all three of them are together. Muslim, Jewish and Christian cultures all live in a spirit of tolerance and peace. To focus on celestial bodies, they learned how every culture celebrates the sun, moon and stars in songs, dances, poems and stories during the carnival celebration of the Winter Solstice. By looking up at the sky, they learned the secret of discovering the party. They realized that, despite all this, they realized how each culture celebrated the sun, the moon and the stars, despite the songs and dances, the poems and the stories. Let each of us be different and unique, and eventually we all live in the same sky.
Unsurprisingly, all these delightful thrills are filled with ecstatic litmus, including abc Bromley antlers, the Susex mummies’ carol and the king of dance. The booking is made at www.aliforniarevels.org, or at the box office in the Scottish Auditorium in Auckland, December 8-16, 2018 (telephone number: 510-452-9334), which ranges from $10 to $65; from December 8 to 16, both parties have a discount of 8.8. Each group of 10 or more people.
All 10 shows will be parked at $5 in the alco park garage at 1220 Jackson Street in Oakland, three blocks from the Scottish Ritual Center. Since 1986, California Carnival has brought its unique theatrical, participatory art form to the Gulf audience. Singer, writer and music educator John Langerstad Founded in Cambridge, Massachusetts, in 1971, the Christmas Carnival crosses religious and racial boundaries and brings a unique artistic form to the audience. It attracts young and old people. The Carnival combines traditional music, dance, rituals and folk drama from many different cultures, and is a large-scale volunteer composed of children and adults from the community. The Choir offers a mix of talented professional actors, musicians, artists, directors and “traditional undertakers”.