“SEMPREVERDE:EVERGREEN”: THE FIRST GO-GREEN BILINGUAL MUSICAL CAPTIVATES THE STUDENTS OF ITALIAN IN TORONTO

Air and water, earth and fire … actually, metal and electricity. You may think: talking about pre-socratic philosophers? A famous R&B group of the 80’s? Not at all. It’s the theme of a Canadian premiere, the Italian language edu-musical “Sempreverde/Evergreen”, that just landed in Vaughan, Toronto, at the City Playhouse Theatre, with eight performances in four days (October 24 to 27), for junior high and elementary school children who study Italian. Sempreverde is an ecological musical fully devoted to nature stewardship and a strong appeal for recycling and the preservation of the environment. The entirely original theatrical script, the dances and songs powerfully call for the preservation of our planet’s air and water, for stopping the waste of metal and electricity and curtailing the overflowing omnipresence of paper and plastic. “Sempreverde/Evergreen” is an idea of Simona Rodano, an Italian singer, actress and author living and performing in North America, with eighteen years of experience in entertainment…

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