|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.||
|UPCOMING SHOWS |
|October 5 KITCAFFE', The Cell Theater|
Dear KIT's Friends,we have some important announcements, and few more coming up news... so, please, read below...Ciao, KIT
KIT NEW WEBSITE
As you know, our great web designer Sal Fabbella is working on KIT'S NEW WEBSITE! The new website is already on... as site under construction.
While we are working on having the website up and running ASAP, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for questions, information and inquires you may have.
SAVE THE DATE!
Monday October 5th, 2009KIT is very proud to present the very first KITCAFFE' a literary series in Italian, with some English, to discover the most
fascinated and beloved Italian writers from the past to the present.
KITCAFFE' @ The Cell Theater
(338 W 23rd Street)
For everyone who reads and understands Italian, and wishes to reading and understanding more about our culture!
Details coming up soon!
2009-2010 CLASSESHOBOKEN, NJ:
KIT is honored to continue its collaboration with Every Little Movement Academy of Art in Hoboken. Classes are offered for children age 4 to 6 and they are held on Thursdays from 5 to 6 pm at the Church of St. John's
(300 Bloomfield St @ 3rd Street - Hoboken). Starting end of September.
To enroll and for more info, please visit Every Little Movement Academy of Art website.
6th YEAR! KIT Italian&Theater Classes resume on October 2nd, at 440 Studios (440 Lafayette). Children age: 6-10. Fridays 4-5pm. Special discount if you enroll before September 10!
Thirty classesto play with your children' stories and transform them into cute, nice, funny plays performed entirely in Italian for a real audience, in a real theater.
Thanks to a full staff of teachers, the students will build the scenes, the costumes, as well as the play, following the oldest Italian theater tradition. The play will include songs and dances, all created from students' ideas. They will learn and/or improve Italian too: each class will be thought in Italian and will include some writing and a lot of talking (and explaining!). PLUS every month there will be one class fully devoted to Italian grammar and use of language.
At the end, the students will perform the play THEY have created IN ITALIAN (with maybe few words in other languages, according with what languages the students already speak)!
For more information and to enroll, please contact email@example.com
Collina Italiana Italian&Theater Classes start beginning of October at Collina Italiana. Age 7-10. Tuesdays 3:30-4:45pm. For more information, visit theCollina Italiana website.
Some more KIT's and KIT's friends' updates... If you haven't done so yet, check Fred Gardaphe's program Italian Signs American Streets at Dolce Channel with guests Laura and Marta! To see the program, go to Dolce Channel, click on Menu and choose the 7/15 episodes.
Sincere 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...what else is there to do?
Traveling to NY or ROMA???
KIT IN THE CITY
the bilingual online magazine on Rome and NY from KIT!
Need help going to Rome or to NY? KIT in the City.com is here to guide you through the two Capitals of the world! Exhibitions, shows, restaurants, hotels, latest trends and much much much more: a KIT of news to enjoy these two beautiful cities!
And to honor KIT's tradition, the web-site speaks both English and
Subscribe to emails alert at www.kitinthecity.com!
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.