Oct 222009

Reserve your “pay-what-you-can” tickets at rsvp@aticc.org

Ambassador Theater invites you to a Special Staged Reading of “The Forefathers, Part II” by Adam Mickiewicz.

The performance is followed by discussion and a wine reception.

FLASHPOINT: Mead Theater Lab  |   916 G Street NW, DC

Space is limited so please reserve your ticket: rsvp@aticc.org


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Hopa Tropa!

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Jul 102009

hopa-tropaHopa Tropa, a show of Bulgarian folk tales produced by newly founded Ambassador Theater, International Cultural Center with Bulgarian and American artists. A fun, educational, interactive and entertaining children’s show based on amusing folk tales from Bulgaria! Colorful stories told through dance, songs, sounds and imaginative found objects used as puppets will make a fun time for everyone. 

The story is based on famous Bulgarian folk tales, jokes and songs, written by renowned Bulgarian director, Lilia Slavova, with music arranged by Bulgarian musician and composer, Petko Kolev, and puppets and set designed by Bulgarian puppeteer, Julia Tasheva.

For adults and children over 5 years.

More information coming soon!

Jan 062009

Ambassadors of International Culture and Interactive Learning: ATICC’s Educational Programs Enjoy Inaugural 2008 Success

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The ATICC’s mission is to build international cultural awareness, provide a high standard of international repertoire based on close relations with the diplomatic and cultural representatives of different countries in the United States, and provide international interactive educational programs for the youth of the District of Columbia, DC Metro area, and around the US.

The Ambassadors of International Culture – ATICC’s educational program is carefully designed to give each student a chance to become a well educated future leader through studying various cultures around the world and interacting with the international leaders of today. Through the Interactive Learning Program the students will better comprehend cultural artistic compositions and find the joy of discovering new customs through art, music, dance, song, crafts, cooking, theater games, and performance. The Center is devoted to working with young students to increase their social skills, reading comprehension, movement, and speaking skills. In addition, we also incorporate more traditional teaching techniques, such as lectures, reading, and demonstrations.

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