Сказки из разных карманов4+
The idea and the embodiment of the play belong to Alexei Smirnov, who acted not only as a director, but also as an author of a literary composition. Poems of the twentieth-century poets are well-known (you will understand this as soon as you hear), but for some reason forgotten. For example, "Stupid horse" Vadim Levin - about the horse, which in the rain put on overshoes galoshes. Or "Zayachya lyubov" by Nikolai Lama - with the legendary phrase "You are like a carrot!" Or "Hardworking old woman" Yunny Moritz - about the one who read the book for a lazy boy, did a mink for a lazy mouse, caught a mouse for a lazy cat, etc. These, now retro works, sound warm and touching; They rejoice, like an old kind friend, whom he has not seen for a hundred years. And, it is not clear who is more happy at this performance - the children who are most likely to hear these poems for the first time, or their parents, who, with tender emotion, recognize them, are remembered. Decorations - items with a secret and charming dolls - the work of the artist Natalia Shtirts, who possesses not only virtuosic technique of doll production, but also an amazing sense of humor. It remains to add that when playing with dolls, Skazochnitsa plays with the audience. So, you can loudly clap in the right places; Blow to the wind, sing a lullaby bear cub ... And it does not matter, with the child you came to the play, or without. For the tale, as you know, there is no age.
Director - ALEXEI SMIRNOV
Set Designer - NATALIA SHTYRTS
Composers - ALEXANDER LEONOV and OLGA HAYDAMAK
In the performance take part:
Honored Artist of Russia L. Martyanova,
Artist M. Miller
Performance for children from 4 years old
“ I really liked it. Sonya, 7 years old.
“ The storyteller is real, even her parents believed her!
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