The Russian audience is well acquainted with the work of Ken Kesey "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest". History changed its name (now it sounds quite briefly - "Eclipse"), but the plot still excites the minds of the audience. Can a person alone defeat the whole system? Which is better: order or chaos? These uneasy questions can be found answers, if you purchase tickets for a vivid staging of the Bulgarian director Alexander Morfov. The performance is full of cinematic effects, and in the first moments the action even resembles a broadcast from a psychiatric hospital. Here everyone is engaged his own business: a nurse planting strict orders, patients ride on a wheelchair or climb a metal grid. And here in this realm of neon lamps and white McMurphy appears as a rebel and a revolutionary. All the action he will destroy the established order, trying to stir the guests of the clinic ... "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (Eclipse)" is a bizarre mixture of genres. The spectator who purchases tickets for staging the artists of the Lenkom Theater will be surprised at the range of feelings that the play presents. If in the first action you want smile, the second act causes completely opposite feelings. A mentally ill person is one of the most difficult roles. But this time the staff of the theater "Lenkom" coped with its super-task brilliantly. There is no distortions and stupid replay. Many inmates of a madhouse behave in the most appropriate way, hiding the present insanity deep inside.
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