Capital E always pulls out the stops to entertain children over the school holidays. We spent Thursday morning making masks and enjoying the wonderful ‘Commedia Dell’Arte Performance’, a form of mask theatre that evolved in Italy, influencing early clowning and ballet.
We had a very fun morning of inspiration and comedy. Here’s the girls creating their masks. Capital E set up a room with ultra-violet light for children to see the wonder of the florescent masks they’d made. Very cool! Charlotte (I keep forgetting she has decided she’d like to be called Charlotte, not Charli, these days), said she’d love a few of those lights in her bedroom!