Director Andrei Badulin again turned to the creativity of Anatoly Crimea, a favorite playwright of the Theater of the Russian Army, who liked the audience. This time - to his comedy "House for demolition" ("We'll take a bed?"). The action takes place in today's days, so that all the realities of what is happening, as they say, are painfully familiar to everyone, be it the relations of generations or the notorious housing issue. The old bachelor, the former railroader Stepan Nikolayevich and the retired teacher Sofya Alexandrovna will not meet at the best time of their lives and not quite of their own volition. The good son decided that his father should marry. A caring daughter, previously privatized her mom's apartment, decided to register her for a single pensioner in a five-story "Khrushchev", so that in the process of renovation she received a one-room apartment. "It's not entirely legal, but what can you do? We have to play with the state in cat and mouse. " That's it, it all started - with a misunderstanding, with an anecdote, and ended ..., however, we will not spoil, as the youth says, that is, we will not prematurely disclose the plot. We will keep the intrigue to the end. You can only add that the plot of the play is very dashing and ingenious, and the dialogues are written brightly and witty.