On the wave of nostalgia throughout the Soviet theater once again put the plays of Alexander Gelman, one of the most sought-after dramatists of the late USSR. The play about how "two loneliness" met in the park on the bench, once experienced a passing romance with each other, Gosha Kutsenko and Irina Apeksimova play as a comedy, which, incidentally, admirers of the enterprise are waiting for.
Character male and female. Two people become objects of observation in this play of Alexander Gelman. And not only close observation, detailed, extremely honest analysis, sincere analysis - but also empathy, empathy. After all, the heroes can not not be treated with understanding. Even those viewers who condemn the frivolity of a man are imbued with his charm!
They met on a park bench. Two strangers? Not really. This is not their first meeting. They once had a passing romance.
They talk about love. It turns out that their reunion and a happy life are just around the corner. Hardly. After all, the hero, it turns out, is married ...
An eternal dreamer and an unruly windy ... Maybe they just need to feel each other's person. To talk. Become closer - mentally. And then each of them, perhaps, will come closer to understanding oneself ...
“ So two lonelies met, and ridiculous and bitterly aware of this reality ... Good acting work.
“ I like Gosha Kutsenko and Ira Apeksimov very much. And in this performance they are alone on stage. A funny comedy about men and women, their relationship. You can even see yourself in some scenes))) I advise everyone!
“ Do you want to laugh, cheer yourself up? Go to the "Bench" - a good, lively performance! Such a situation could well occur and, perhaps, even someone is familiar, because life is full of unexpected turns and meetings. The best confirmation is the constant laughter in the hall. Gosha Kutsenko and Irina Apeksimova are great!
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