Children’s play in Canada to showcase importance of Pinoy food
A theater show in Ontario, Canada will go on a tour to celebrate Philippine cuisine, culture and heritage.
Kaldero,” a unique children’s play will begin showing starting April 26 and throughout May to celebrate Asian Heritage Month, Inquirer reported.
Spearheaded by Carlos Bulosan Theatre, “It’s a fun, fast moving show that celebrates the richness of Filipino culture through music, dance and shadow play. It’s relatable and accessible to everyone!” Inquirer quoted the group’s artistic director Leon Aureus.
The play aims “to celebrate culture and family, to encourage youth to honor their roots and to find their inner strength.”
The story follows the life of young Caleb who refuses to eat Filipino food which will pave way to a magic ‘kaldero’ that will take him to a mystical land of talking food.