The experimental stage of the Russian Army Theater invites spectators to the premiere of the highly effective criminal comedy "Abduction". According to the author of the play, playwright Xenia Stepanicheva, this view, full of unexpected collisions, not only entertains, but also provides food for thought over their own lives. Two friends Nadya and Masha, by profession actresses of the theater, went on a day off for a walk in the forest. Instead of mushrooms, they found a man (Boris) lying unconscious. With him was a bag full of money. It would seem that the action will go further on the narrative detective story - the hospital, the police, the inquiry. But Boris, who came to himself, accuses his rescuers of kidnapping his wife. The plot develops quickly, forming new faces, like a snowball. But it's not for nothing that Nadya and Masha are actresses. The theater as a great illusion, as well as the love of heroines in their profession, help in any confluence of circumstances. The performance has a lot of good subtle humor. The action on the stage develops rapidly and brightly, in the best traditions of the classical sitcom. Constantly there are new circumstances in which there is no breathing space for either the heroes of the play or the spectators.