Thanks to the young actors of the theater! They play very diligently and heartily. I enjoyed watching the play with two friends. It is a pity that the actress was sick with a cold. Poor Raikova was snooping and coughing ... The first time was in the hall of the small stage of the theater, and I did not like it: it was very stuffy and cramped in my legs, as on a cheap economy flight. But this does not apply to the play.
I didn’t like it ... I went with my wife on January 12 .... "Dur" she is crap ... like in a madhouse .... maybe it was so intended, but somehow everything is ridiculous, not funny .... Earlier watched "You need to marry, sir," starring Marat Basharov - the same story, but it was great and funny .... Apparently you call it a ship, so it will float ...
Good day! We went to the play with children of 4 years, 6 and 8 years. I liked everything and adults as well. Children are not completely tired, everything is bright, colorful, cheerful and with humor. Be sure to come back for the performance. Thank !
Great performance for Sunday evening: fun, musical. The actors play organically, they are very well played together. A few scenes well, just hilarious! Live performance of musical numbers is very good. The performance is uplifting, but not only fun. It seemed to me that there is something to think about. The hero constantly asks the question: “What to do?”, And answers with actions that make up the action on the stage, but the question continues to sound, and every viewer should look for the answer to it ...
This is some incredible performance !! We watched with children twice, the first time two older, the second time with the younger. And once again they would have gone, but there are many other equally interesting performances around. Here we laughed heartily both children and adults !! Thanks to the cast! And Baba Yaga is canceled !! To the depths of the soul have touched everything! Highly recommend!
Do not wait for the classical interpretation. Bright, musical, modern. Despite the fact that many children and adults during the presentation spoke out loud. Everything was audible. The actors play, the costumes, everything is on the level. Children liked it. I like the adult, I liked the ending. In the sense that the right emphasis, that everyone should live together and respect each other.
A good performance, an average game of actors, an actress for the role of a princess, in my view, is chosen unsuccessfully, it is more customary for a princess to see a delicate, delicate girl. The performance was protracted, half an hour could be safely cut. To my acquaintances, I would not recommend viewing this work, although tastes and expectations are different for everyone
What the director wanted to say, giving out roles to actors who are many times older than their characters is a big mystery. The spectacle, when married to Nicholas II, instead of 22-year-old Alix, comes out 50-year old woman - unforgettable. It is so deeply imbued with the atmosphere of severe schizophrenia that only one scene is worth attending to this spectacle. On the king's wife, schizophrenia does not stop, the old people playing pretty young grand dukes - there too ... Unfortunately, unfortunately, they play badly, cardboard, in one screamingly pathetic tone. Tear in the non-stop mode for 3 hours in a row, the characters talk with a cry - so most of the dialogues carry a sense of falsehood. But (this is about good)! On this sad background, a writer brilliantly performed by Perov, very talented, with a wonderful intonational range reading author's text and "leading" this performance, looks very advantageous. And most importantly, for what exactly is it worth to go to the play (well, except for the old lady in the role of a girl, of course) - this is a great set design! Here it is serious - everything is done great, masterful, expensive. The performance is made in the form of reading a novel by a writer (here we were lucky, since Perova is a great performer). Made in a clip-style manner - the action is divided into dozens of small scenes (from a few seconds to several minutes), organically woven into the thread of the story. This manner of giving does not allow the viewer to get bored, attention constantly switches from the narrator to the actors. with actors on the back screen, which displays video, historical or, more often, with the same actors, but stylized under the video of the early 20th century. It redeems everything and makes a three-hour play with bad actors interesting and boring. As for the most told story about Rasputin and the royal family - I did not read Pikul to my shame, so I do not know to whom to address the claims. Who on the spot of Rasputin drew some small merchant, why did Nicholas make a scrap, etc. etc. The shown story with reality has little in common, but one can not get irritated about this and just take it as a fairy tale variation on Rasputin's theme.
I really liked the play. Simple, easy. The game of young actors was very pleased. There are also in our country performances that are played without vulgarity and newfangled quirks. And you can just go to the theater and relax. Thank the actors for a wonderful evening.