Страх мыльного пузыря12+
What was frightened of the child in childhood? "I'm not afraid of anything!" - the last thing the boy said before entering the cage with the tiger.
Psycho-training is a useful thing. Society of anonymous alcoholics or gamblers. From the beloved: a society dependent on social networks (twitter and vkontaktofilov). People come, throw their problems on others, and the whole world begins to solve them. For example, they decide to fight fears. A group of complex, obviously neurotic people is going to a psychoanalyst to become normal. Is it possible?
Imagine today did a good homework: wrote about his childhood, tomorrow told about it. And all ... came out as a new man: not a stammerer, but a sexy macho ... Now there are no fears.
How it works? We invite you to a mass session in the Other Theater.
The play "Fear of the soap bubble" is, in its own way, an experiment. Actors sit on the stage in a semicircle, as in a session of psychoanalysis. In turn, they go out into the center and play mini-plays: sketches from their childhood, their fears and joys. And the therapist, meanwhile, plays a pleasant background melody on the violin.
The production grew out of a student's acting class, when it was given the task to play a scene from his childhood.
The play captivates with "naturalness", the roles do not look memorized. Sincere monologues of artists who open the most intimate to the audience.
“ The performance impressed. Non-standard story. It's funny, sad, makes you think. I really liked the game of all the actors, but especially Dmitriy Kosenkin.
“ The performance is wonderful. The actors played awesome. I recommend 100%. There is something to think about, to laugh. Thank you guys, everything was from the heart.
“ Do you remember yourself as a child? How long have you thought about how your words and actions affect the inner world of your child now and how will affect his future fate? The performance "Fear of the soap bubble" certainly did not radically change our relationship with the child (I still consider myself a good and responsible parent), but I definitely made me think about the problem of "fathers and children" and allowed me to plunge into this long forgotten feeling of childhood. Moreover, the production does not "load" and periodically the audience laughs heartily. In general, everything in the classic genre of the tragicomedy - and laugh and cry .... I would put a solid four out of five points only because I was on really masterpieces (and by the way not in Moscow, but, for example, in Ryazan - Theater "Transition", in Petrozavodsk - dramatic, in Perm - "At Most").
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