Тайна волшебного зелья6+
“ The theater on Serpukhovka presented the premiere of this season - the tale "The Secret of the Magic Potion." This is a real fairy tale for the whole family: here you will meet insidious villains, brave “knights”, beautiful girls ... The action of the fairy tale takes place in the Balkans. During the performance, we get acquainted with the traditions of this mysterious land: we get to a real gypsy fair, watch how the bride shows, get acquainted with Balkan instruments and musical motifs. Artem Abramov wrote the script, inspired by Balkan tales. The music for the play was written by Maxim Gutkin, and the words of the songs were written by Andrey Usachev. We hear Serbian chants, traditional instruments (cymbals, tenorgorn, helicon, tobal). I really like the fact that the program says about each of these tools, so the children will learn something new for themselves. The tandem of Victoria Sevryukova and Olga Reznichenko created magnificent costumes. Of course, the costume of the evil alchemist was most impressed: a long shiny coat, neat shoes, and, of course, legs (after all, this role is played by an adult artist). And his formal suit with this huge white wig is just something! “Dishonesty” generally has very strong images, worked out to the smallest detail: huge skeletons, strange and funny goose, goat and bull, funny mice ... luxurious gypsy dresses that evolve at the slightest turn looked elegant. Teresa Durova created a real fairy tale! There is magic here - many tricks and tricks, love that suddenly broke out between the carpenter Petko and a charming young girl, insidious villains dreaming of eternal life and youth .... The theater troupe never ceases to amaze me. It seems that these artists can do anything! They fencing brilliantly, throwing knives, dancing, singing ... In this performance, undoubtedly, Zlorad (Arseny Krakovsky) draws all his attention. A sufficiently tall artist plays a dwarf. As soon as I imagine all his movements within two hours, I want to shout: “Bravo!” Zlorad runs around the stage, jumps onto the table ... there is a complete feeling that we are faced with an ominous sorcerer of a small sprout. Evgeni Mishechkin plays the role of a wandering carpenter Petko. He got a very funny image of a simple and gullible hard worker, who in the end shows all the strength of his character, due to the overwhelming feelings. Many thanks to the Teatrium on Serpukhovka for the incredible opportunity to learn new things, to study the cultures of different countries. I really like this series of performances. We have already met with the Karelian-Finnish epic, the culture of the Balkans ... What awaits us next?
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