The fate of one house6+
You can not forget the history of your Motherland. Never. Especially if the story is sprinkled with blood and fanned by the smoke of the fires that sparked the war. It is necessary to preserve in your hearts precious memories of the difficult path that everyone who went to the Victory had to pass through.
And about this story, ways and Victory can be sung. Subtle, piercing, incredibly talented. To put on a play full of melodies and genuine feelings, experiences that will certainly make us closer to those times when people lived by faith and hope alone.
And the intonations of these melodies necessarily come out different. Someone will tighten the lyric tune, someone will remember something filled with pathetic, and someone will smile, because at any time there is a place for something amusing, maybe even comical, and someone will grow sad for those who were not destined to reach to end.
And listen to these melodies - like sorting out precious memories, waking up in memory the stories of loved ones and leafing through the slightly yellowed pages of books on which the described destinies of those who left for war were frozen in neat letters.
“ You need to know the story. Convenient and uncomfortable. About war without embellishment. About repression, genocide, occupation, and discipline and price for its non-fulfillment, love and, of course, Victory. It is difficult to watch for those who do not recognize the real truth about the war, which was. Each performance will leave an indelible impression. It will be very useful for the children, because it touches such topics as discipline and responsibility, honor and courage, loyalty and betrayal, heroism and cowardice .... The play contains all the bright events of that time, known and hushed up. Songs of the war years and poems by authors who became famous after the war, such as Ion Degen, will be performed. Hike adults is welcome, because the younger generation knows less about the war, and you will have something to discuss and explain.
“ To the disgusting staging of V. Eremin does not even fit the definition of "performance"! An indefatigable, unintelligible act where everything is in line with the modern "liberal-democratic" paradigm of filing our Soviet period of history: the "innocent" deserters who have been shot, the "good" soldiers and officers who are not obeying the order, and sending them to death, threatening and delivering on them " bad ", drunkenness, slovenliness," horrors "of Stalin's repressions, traitors and beautiful, Nordic Germans ... There is not only the Great Patriotic War itself! There is no heroic deed of the people and the army, merged into a single powerful organism! It's a shame for actors of the older generation, who are known for their excellent game, participating in this low-grade trampoline. Young actors (with rare exceptions) are not that "overplayed", but simply twisted as animators from a cheap Turkish hotel! Bezalannym directors can even be advised to look at the wonderful films "Rise" and "Zhenya, Zhenechka and ...", and just make them a tracing-paper, it's a pity that there was not enough consideration for this ,,, Everything left from the second branch: from the young pupils of the military institute, to well-deserved, gray-haired colonels from the ground ... The only ray of light is waiting for the end-the appearance on the stage of Alexander Alekseevich Petrov, the oldest theater actor who passed all the hardships of the war veteran! His short monologue sounds like a wise farewell to the descendants of a living witness of a great era, an old soldier who gave us the world! Summary - this questionable quality production stands alone in the repertoire of the beloved theater, it is unpleasant that the spectators are going to this pseudo-patriotic, pseudo-historical dramatization in the hope of seeing a bright play by the Victory Day, spending budget funds ...
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