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Théâtre Maât (Uncredited)

Théâtre Maât

The Théâtre Maât is like the Egyptian goddess of the same name (guardian of justice, harmony and universal equilibrium). It places man’s condition at the focus of its concerns. The shows are mainly musical. They tend to address social and environmental issues. The shows use humor, whimsy, and sympathy as antidotes to violence, and heartbreak.

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<i>Banquise</i> (“Iceberg”) (Belgium) 11/8/11: Banquise (“Iceberg”) (Belgium)

Théâtre Maât presents a humorous and moving musical without words that centers on an imaginary Arctic expedition involving a group of penguin circus performers and their caretaker. Part of Kids Euro Festival 2011.

Banquise (“Iceberg”) (Belgium)

Théâtre Maât presents a humorous and moving musical without words that centers on an imaginary Arctic expedition involving a group of penguin circus performers and their caretaker. Part of Kids Euro Festival 2011.

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