The performance is excellent, as, indeed, almost everything Grishkovets does. The topic is specific, not everyone can be understood, I saw people who are frankly bored and do not understand the thoughts of the artist in the hall, which personally bothers me and distracts me. Not once said - study at least a little topic of the play, which you are going to see. The name of Yevgeny Grishkovets is at the hearing, it is considered fashionable to go for it, but the unprepared are disappointed, which is a shame for the author in the first place. A performance about warships of the 1st world war, about sailors, about a woman's view of such topics from the point of view of a man. I advise you to look, piece goods.
A performance for women or a performance that did not work out. Agree, strange subtitles for the production, the name of which uniquely identifies the theme - ships, shipbuilding, sea battles. However, Yevgeny Grishkovets, in a manner peculiar to him alone, ironically and simply explains this oddity, and then opens the world to unprecedented feats of real people, destinies closely intertwined on ships participating in sea battles of the First World War. And all this is so frankly and close that the thought involuntarily arises "then people were real and life was real, and we forgot about it. And there are no more dreadnoughts!"
Wonderful performance. I went on March 8 with my husband. We both liked it very, very much. Although there were a lot of funny moments, I would not call this play entertaining. It is very deep and requires empathy and 100% involvement from the viewer. Some so young ladies frankly missed that Grishkovets had to make comments to them. I recommend that those who really love and understand the work of Grishkovets go for it.