Puppet theater in a rich discussion at Muscat Book Fair

Among the cultural #For the _country_country_to the book events was held at the Al-Autey Palace in Amman, Amman, in cooperation with Dr. Mohammed bin Saif Al-Habsi, Professor of Theater at Sultan Qaboos University, Idris Bin Khamis Al Nabhani and the announcer. Hilal Hilali

Dr. Mohammed Al – Habsi presented in His paper is an explanation of the history of puppet theater among civilizations, peoples and nations Which has known this theater and how to deal with this theater since ancient times, both in the religious and cultural and community function, referring to the types of puppet theater and puppets and the method of making puppets and the importance of these dolls and this theater educational and educational.

The doctor presented some of the theater experiences in this field to some Gulf countries such as Kuwait, the UAE and Bahrain, as well as the Sultanate’s experiences to identify the most important experiences and visions through which a theater for puppets and puppets can serve the educational process and provide a different form for the theater in general.

And Idriss bin Khamis Al Nabhani, deputy head of theater group For culture and art. In his paper, he tackled the relationship of the puppets concept with the Omani cultural heritage and then developed this link to enter the puppet theater in the Sultanate and its beginnings and diversity in the works performed on puppet theater both at the level of school activity and theatrical teams. In order to cope with the contemporary service of this culture and this art at the level of the contemporary Omani landscape, and this art is an important piece of the framework of a new philosophy that establishes theatrical culture and may be close to the intimacy of the child and the acceptance of this kind of theater when interacting with him .. And the drama that was presented during the book fair and the interaction of the public with it, which indicates the success of this art.

For her part, said the conclusion that the House adopted the theme of the puppet theater, believing that the theater is a cornerstone in the educational, cultural, literary and artistic sciences. The puppet theater is seen as an activity for children.