The play is based on the theatrical tales of the great Italian playwright Karl Gozzi. He wrote a considerable number of unusually interesting and witty works, both for children and for adults.
This performance will allow you to immerse yourself in the world of the Italian folk theater “Comedy del Arte”. Fascinating and romantic action, fun fun, entertaining and instructive, filled with sparkling humor, will acquaint viewers with the characters of the folk Italian comedy of masks: resilient Truffaldino, happy Smeraldina, poetic Brigella and Dr. Pantolone, surprised and surprised, who will surprise and surprise and surprise you and surprise and surprise and surprise and surprise you. love the brave prince Rakhmatur to the charming princess Mirana.
Many obstacles will meet on the way of brave heroes, this is the evil sorceress Ulipt and a huge predatory boa, and the enmity of two fathers - the khan of Babakhansky Temirkhan and the king Kizim. But with the help of magic, courage, loyal friends and true love, Prince Rakhmatur will dispel the spells of an insidious sorceress, produce singing apples and a jug of dancing water in the enchanted forest. Together with the audience will solve the complex riddles of the princess. He will help Khan Temerhan to make peace with King Kizim and will marry the beautiful princess Mirana.
A bright, brilliant musical performance will not leave anyone indifferent. We are waiting for young viewers and their parents for a colorful presentation.
Performance duration 60 minutes Age 4+
Director - A. Smirnov Artist - A. Sarychev Choreographer - V. Goncharov Musical arrangement - A. Shishov
Roles are performed by: Smeraldina - Honored Artist of Russia M. Ekateriniska Princess Mirana, the sorceress Ulipta - Honored Artist of the Russian Federation A. Platova / O. Yushkevich Brighella, Tsar Kizim - E. Zyabkin Truffaldino, Khan Timerkhan - S. Slobodskoy Prince Rakhmatur, Pantalone - N. Terikov
Artistic director Honored Worker of Culture of the Russian Federation Y. Dyozhkin
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