This is perhaps one of the most amazing performances that I have seen. The magnificent play of actors makes you experience the whole range of feelings. A performance that can be watched over and over. If you are faced with the choice of which of the performances of the Days of Turbins to watch, then do not hesitate and go boldly to the Bulgakov Theater. Then you can visit another theater to make sure that the right choice was originally made and that you will not find the best production anywhere.
I went on May 22, the performance captured completely. With the advent of each new character, the wonderful energy of the actors and their characters poured into the hall. I watched “Days of the Turbins” in other productions. I love small scenes-props and minimum space, and the director gets the difficult task “to expand the space”, and it was possible! The entrance hall, the living room, the headquarters - the table, the chairs, the piano and the movable partition with overcoats are all so organic and in a couple of minutes you are in a different place. Scenes, dialogue, well, everything is very talented! And what wonderful young actors, how to play! Despite the fact that the theme is deep, tragic, a pivotal passage through the whole performance is lively, ironic, the episodes causing general laughter are just great! Thanks for the performance!
Two monologues, one love story. A monologue is a difficult situation for an actor. But it is very interesting to listen to monologues that work out. A monologue is an opportunity for an actor to open up to the maximum, because time allows and no one interferes. I love monologues, I'm waiting for them. And having read that the play “Teach me to love” is two monologues, I realized that it was for this performance that I needed! And it was two awesome monologues! Tatiana Bunkova as Tatiana Anatolyevna. Alexey Romanov as Misha. Behind the outward simplicity of the Kolyada-theater hides an unseen depth. And going to this performance, I was sure that I had prepared for it. To the depth. But the catharsis that had overtaken me, more like a shock, was so strong, and the tears were so hot and blissful that it came out to be steeper than the cobra at the VDNH that I came to to the surface. The plot may seem trivial. She is a teacher, he is a student. She is 37, he is 17. And between them is love. "Yeah, yeah. Right here is love." - many will say, and this opinion is not surprising. BUT. Here really is love. This. That same "accidental". The first begins her story about love she. And everything in this love is understandable and even familiar to me as a spectator. And there is something to sympathize with, and there is something to justify. It is easy to put yourself in the place of this woman, it is easy to imagine how she felt. And only the end of the story is suddenly like a butt on the head, and you are dumbfounded and as if in a fog ask yourself: did she really love you? And only then comes the realization that she loved. More precisely, I learned to love. How to learn to love and the second hero of this novel. Misha This men's love story does everything with the audience exactly the opposite: first butt on the head, “did he really love it?”, And then everything is so deep, clear and understandable that literally the wings behind not only grow, but they also start cracking down, and even waving impatiently, because you, too, need urgently to soar from the very overflowing love of you yourself. Yes. I saw that everyone learns love here. She, because she seems to know how to love, but for the first time she encounters love so large that she is not very ready for it. It is because it takes only the first steps on this path simply due to lack of experience. And along with the heroes, all the spectators are learning it. Because everyone, everyone, even if he does not believe or denies it, needs love. Not only and not so much someone's love for him, but, more importantly, his own ability to love. Learn to love! Take this first step though! Go to the theater!
We were at the play on 11/02/18. Children 5l. And 10L. The performance was liked. Especially Annie and Fanny, they are sellers of meat and fish shops. Although all the actors played wonderfully-and Mary-such as it should be, and the children are wonderful. The performance was 1.5 hours, not 2, but it's for the best. , because there is no intermission, a lot of musical accompaniment! Only it's undesirable to be late-we were just late and the door to the theater was closed-we were escorted through the museum (which we even liked more !!!!). I will recommend to friends!
For the first time I was with a child in the theater of M. Bulgagova. It was assumed that there will be a usual view for children. But it was that incredible. The idea of creating a performance together with children is something incredible. The son was delighted. Impressions there were no borders. Very glad that we got there. They did not regret it. )))))))))))
Wonderful place, great idea! Convenient cinema, in the further reading in a very unusual, but a more comfortable atmosphere, flashback in the children's pioneer. Camps straight! Readers well done, laid out and in every way contact with the audience, read well, but the truth is not always in the right places correctly distinguished intonation. Maybe you need to read the tales in advance :) well, and a couple of tips if they suddenly reach the theater - the repertoire of fairy tales can be chosen more "adult", the tales of a-la Ouspensky "coffin on wheels" already seem ridiculous, and not terrible, but I would like ) and the second - a little stretch of the program, that would not have to wait for the opening of the subway 30-40 minutes (include more cartoons after the last film :))
Recently, I rechecked the "master and margarita" and it was nice to visit such a place. Good organovation, everything was similarly under one timetable and the actors' game was also very much liked. In general it was very atmospheric and homemade. And a big black fluffy cat that in the morning to I still sat at the bench and posed, doubled the impression of this place.
We watched the play "Alice in Wonderland" with grandchildren of five and nine. I liked not only children but also my grandmother. The chairs did not have to sit. Honestly guessing the riddles, enthusiastically performed tasks and climbed "into the burrow of a rabbit." Alice - umnichka! I did not just listen to the answers to the riddles, but I discussed the answers seriously and "on equal terms" with my guests. It was wonderful!
Were in this cozy "home" theater with children, the presentation was very pleased, an unusual Christmas tree before the play, with games, funny jokes and a round dance! Actors are very nice, kind, smiling, very domestic atmosphere, kind and festive! Thank you very much for the performance !!!