Theatre LOTE


Ti Amo Roma (Italian/English)

“Ti Amo Roma is a direct translation from our extremely popular French play “L’Amour est bizarre!” - a funky, music-filled play about friendship, fame and travel. Students from diverse levels will understand and relate to the story and it’s teenage characters and at the same time improve their skills in Italian! Your students will also have the opportunity to join actors on stage for a sing-along at the end of the show.

The play is suitable for Italian students from Years 4 to 10, combining a bilingual script (basic Italian and English), with fantastic original Italian rock songs.


“The best TIE show I have ever seen!”

 Loreto, Normanhurst, NSW, Australia


A perfect introduction to Italian and guaranteed to put a smile on every face!


Č un spettacolo favoloso!
"Ti Amo Roma is fast-paced, mad-cap and energetic. Performers are engaging, humourous and meaningful...a good balance between English and Italian...the content is relevant and authentic to the curriculum." Loreto, Nomanhust, NSW


"Really well performed - children were engaged throughout. Kids loved the music and could identify with the characters. The message came across well - caring about each other and the environment, and identifying what's right and wroing., Loved the Mouth of Truth!" Bellevue Hill Primary School, NSW



Silvia and Renzo are buddies, only Renzo wants more. Silvia is in love with an Italian rock star named Dario, and with Renzo’s help, manages to win a ticket to his concert at lo Stadio di Roma. A lost wallet, a stolen scientific invention that will save global warming and a motor bike escapade help Silvia to find out what she really values.



CD of songs from the show.

  • Support material (worksheet, poem, lyrics to the songs.)


We have incorporated the following topics in our script.
Personal Identification
– physical characteristics, clothing
– asking directions, transport, the city of Rome.
General conversation –
routines, feelings.





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Last updated 03 March 2011