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They Called Her Vivaldi

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Sunday, March 24 at 3:00 PM
Smith Opera House

M. Haberdasher has crafted very peculiar earmuffs for his very particular daughter Cecilia Maria. Don’t shout about it but Cecilia Maria thinks they make her look fascinating and has whispered her thanks. They Called her Vivaldi is an upbeat comedy-adventure about a sensitive musical-prodigy making a quiet name for herself in a cacophonous world. As our young heroine journeys over cobblestones and canals, we learn about love, loss, the place of salt in our diet and the courage to lose our footing without losing our way.

For ages 7 plus and adults of all ages. There is a brief use of strobe lights.

Supported by Culture Ireland.

ArtSmart is generously sponsored by Lyons National Bank and The Nelson B. Delavan Foundation.

“A rich rewarding symphony…easily the best family entertainment onstage right now.”
The Irish Times 

 “A theatrical treat. Richly layered, its sheer attention to detail is just staggeringly good. ‘They Called Her Vivaldi’ will leave you with a permanent grin… a most gorgeous night of theatre…so good you won’t even want to blink. Striking, stunning, superbly sublime.”
The Arts Review

“Cheerfully imaginative… Vibrancy is everywhere in directors Muireann Ahearn and Carl Kennedy’s charming production. Theatre Lovett are at the top of their game. They Called Her Vivaldi review – they’ll call her marvellous.”
Exeunt Magazine

“This is a sharp and well written piece that while being aimed at kids is an easy and enjoyable watch for all.”
No More Workhorse

“Theatre Lovett, one of the most imaginative and indispensable companies at work today.”
The Irish Times

“Incredible sonic effects… brilliant sound design… and the usual attention to visual style.”
The Sunday Business Post

Tickets:$6.50
A girl with a helmet and a man standing behind her portray the characters from They Called Her Vivaldi.