In memory of Viktor Petrovich Astafiev.
Everything in this world is mixed up: sorrows and joys, hopeless loneliness and family holidays, life and death ... The delicate, pinching performance of the director Marina Brusnikina, staged by two stories of Viktor Astafyev - "The Spent Goose" and "Babushkin's Feast" - is dedicated to the memory of the writer.
The difficult destinies of ordinary people ... Two true stories about life, in which from the holiday to the triune - one step.
A young family in a small Siberian town. He, a twenty-year-old soldier, miraculously escaped death on the fronts of the Great Patriotic War. And she, who lost her father's house and all her relatives for the terrible years of the war.
They masturbate and they hang around strangers' corners. At the end of the forties with work is bad, even the ends with ends are difficult to reduce. Life brings young people with good and kind people, but there are also vile people who deprive them of shelter over their heads.
Will the husband shoot down a flying goose? A sick son needs to be fed with broth.
My husband is destined for a short journey. Health is undermined by war and famine. Instead of a handful of earth, his wife throws his pillow with military decorations into the grave.
And next to - a violent peasant feast. A guest comes from the city on a holiday. Siberians, eccentric and ridiculous villagers, turn out to be dear to her. Yes, they can yell at each other, drink a lot, even scandal and fight, but the truth behind them.
"With age, I learned: the joy is short, passing, often deceptive, the sadness is eternal, beneficial, unchanging. Joy flashes a lightning, no, lightning faster and rolls with a roll-over rumble. Sadness shines quietly, like an unspoken star, but this light does not fade at night or in the day, "wrote Viktor Astafyev. According to two stories of the great writer this performance is staged.
“ Great performance! Not for nothing at once all the tickets are bought up. Marina Brusnikina- Bravo! The first act of the play takes place in the difficult post-war years. And gradually from the young meeting of the main characters and the joy of the arrangement of being you begin
“ I really liked the play. Strong actors play, unusual submission of material. Soulful Russian songs. The play leaves no one indifferent, forcing to empathize with the heroes.
“ Astafiev is a great one. Brusnikin very carefully and accurately put his prose. The acting team skillfully played both pain and joy. Tearful with tears, penetrates to the depths of the soul ... Makes you think about the fate of the country. In memory of Viktor Petrovich Astafiev. In memory of Oleg Pavlovich Tabakov.
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