|Kairos Italy Theater |
|KIT's mission is to create a cultural exchange program between Italy, the US and the international community, to unveil artistic and creative sides of these two countries to the world. In the States, Kairos Italy Theater is dedicated to spreading the Italian Culture and to creating an Italian Cultural Network in order to support and further increase the knowledge of Italy in the States.||
|Wed 10:30am-12:30pm La Collina Italiana Italian Int.
Thu 5-6pm Creative Movement Theatre Hoboken, NJ Theatre&Storytell
Happy Chocolate Eggs!
And happy Colomba (one of the traditional Easter sweets), happy Pasquetta (the day after Easter, traditionally dedicated to day-trips)... as we say in Italy: "Natale con i tuoi, Pasqua con chi vuoi"... in English more or less goes like that: "Christmas with your family, Easter with whomever you'd like"... so if you'd like to spend some time with KIT, here some suggestions!
Buon Viaggio! KIT
|KIT at the Northeast Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages
On Saturday April 18th, at 8:45am, Laura, Marta and Natasha (one of KIT's great translators) will introduce to the NECTFL participants the series of programs developed by KIT over the years, and tailored to teach Italian Language and Italian Culture to children, teenagers, and adults.
KIT's team will perform the works of Italian authors in the Double Theater form (in English followed by the original Italian version), will discuss its revolutionary method of teaching Italian through theater to children, will offer a glimpse of the work of and about Toto and will present moments of KIT's funny bilingual shows on Italian culture.
The Conference takes place at the New York Marriott Marquis Hotel on Broadway. For more information, visit NECTFL website.
Cine Club at Collina Italiana
Limited enrollment, reserve now! www.collinaitaliana.com
Wednesday April 22nd at 6:30pm, Laura Caparrotti presents
Il medico della mutua (1968)
with Alberto Sordi, directed by Luigi Zampa.
The Cine-Club: 79 Years of Italian Film (1930-2009)
allows participants to discover cinematic gems and contemplate diverse
themes in Italian life. The screenings include discussions on history
of film and present-day Italian cinema, the protagonists, and themes
that the films explore over time: from love and politics to family and
immigration-revealing the Italian way of life for more than half a
century.The series is team-taught by actor, teaching artist,
and Italian language instructor Laura Caparrotti (films up until the
80s) and filmmaker and Italian language instructor Riccardo (Riki)
Costa (from the 80s till today).
All films are in Italian and subtitled... in Italian!
Plus, the participants will receive a complementary glass of wine!
Need info on NY and ROMA???
KIT In The City.com
The bi-lingual online magazine on Rome and NY from KIT!
Exhibitions, shows, restaurants, hotels, latest trends and much much much more: a KIT of fresh and unique news about the two Capitals of the world!
And to honor KIT's tradition, the web-site speaks both English and Italian!
Some more KIT's updates...
Last stop for Toto' at the Dorothea's House
in Princeton, NJ. April 19
at 3pm, screening of Un Turco Napoletano (A Neapolitan Turk - 1953).
In Italian with English subtitles.
just opened a new branch in Park S
at 120 Garfield Place
@ Sixth Avenue. For more
lease contact Collina Italiana at 212-427 7770 or at email@example.com or check the website for classes' schedule.
Apologies: We are very sorry that sometime KIT newsletter shows different fonts and formats... the program we use (a very popular one indeed) is very independent and without apparent reasons, it decides not to change font or color or size... and we accept its decision and continue anyway...
KIT Newsletter Archive
If you'd like to check our past newsletter, starting from the one dated January 2007, go to KIT's About us page and look for the link to the archive... click on it, and the past of Kairos Italy Theater will be there for you!
Talk to KIT
If you'd like to let us know about more Italy in the NYC area, or if you'd like to share opinions on Italy and Italian events OR if you'd like to contact us with questions, request and suggestions, send an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. KIT's staff will be happy to review it and eventually include it in its newsletter.