Tradition is the active part of the cultural heritage, the pieces that remain alive from the past, the elements that act as modelers on the cultural present.

Tudor Vianu has defined tradition: “In short, tradition is the influence of previous cultural work on the present one.”

Tradition is “condensed” it works and acts as modeler through educational and thesaurus institutions, education forms, and social memory mechanisms. Traditions, habits, rituals, and ceremonies are behavioral norms, that is, unwritten rules of the organization. These allow consensus, the need for group membership, and security. They are the bearers of symbols by which some messages are being decoded.

A multitude of international traditions and habits come to life in this program.

The participants are the artists who, through a series of funny but provocative stories, will stage these traditions.

Each team will receive descriptions of customs and traditions for a culture (countries) and will have to organize themselves to support a small show to present these customs.

Participants will receive props, but they will also be able to make new ones.