A forest fairy tale after M. Bartenev's play "I Count to Five"
Directed by: A. Kurganov
At the heart of the play Braveheart is the play by the famous children's playwright Mikhail Bartenev "I Count to Five ...". According to the idea of the director of Alexei Kurganov's performance, the forest glade on which the action unfolds is turned into a children's playground with a swing, a horizontal bar and even a basketball ring.
Heroes of fairy tales, play hide-and-seek, blind man's buffs, lambs, in classics and "in rubber bands." Mole, Squirrel, Frog and other characters resemble a courtyard company of children, which seeks to get "seemingly not a hero" Hare. He really wants to win the friendship of the beautiful Belochka. But for this it is necessary to go through a very difficult path and, above all, to win over oneself, overcome shyness and fear.
Gradually, "not like a hero" becomes a Hero. He commits the main act, confessing his own cowardice when the dream comes true, when everyone around him considers him brave and ready to join his company. To abandon the long-awaited friendship only because he was not completely honest, to ridicule the surrounding people, and even risk his life to save a friend - only a brave heart can do it.
“ I liked it very much. I and the children even cried
“ An excellent performance for the whole family, an instructive story and a good actors' play) We enjoyed viewing. Thank you.
“ Everything is fine! Thanks)))
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