HOW I GOT DOG (E. Grishkovets)16+
"It's so scary when someone leaves, and you stay."
The past goes away irrevocably. I want to return it, remember all that was so expensive once.
Evgeny Grishkovets puts on a sailor's cap and remembers his three years of military service in the Pacific Fleet.
The story will go both about the school where he studied, and about the long journey by train to the destination, and about how scared he was of the unknown.
He talks simply and frankly, but with the smallest details. And the main thing is precisely these minor details, in which the air of time and the moments of his youth are enclosed.
In the service, he yearned for home, dreamed of returning from the Far East sooner. He went away as a boy, a recent schoolboy, but returned as an adult, a patriot of the Soviet country.
In the play there is a lot of humor, funny absurdities and funny tales. For example, about how he allegedly defeated the Japanese pilot. But there are serious stories about the heroism of our sailors, about the fate of his generation.
"... And you are not offended. Because you still do not know how to be offended, because as soon as you learn to be offended, at the same second, not the next, and at the same second you will learn to offend ... "
“ Very pleased!
“ Very grateful for the performance. Went with a friend, we are 25-27 years old. We are close and understandable about what and how tells Eugene Grishkovei. The mood is wonderful!)
“ It is delightful !!!
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