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«Gulliver’s Travels»
22.11.2017 16.00 «Gulliver’s Travels» 6+

Fantastic puppets variations after the roman of Jonathan Swift

A Britain writer of the XVIII century Jonathan Swift was an ardent admirer of the puppet theatre.
He wrote: 
«The life of man to represent, 
And turn it all to ridicule, 
Wit did a puppet-show invent…» 
A surgeon to the ship Mister Lemuel Gulliver has been telling us his singular adventures almost 300 years!
More than 50 specialty puppets were created for this performance: rod and flatbed puppets, machine puppets: giants legs, hands and head. 

«The little humpbacked horse (Konyok-Gorbunok)»
23.11.2017 12.30 «The little humpbacked horse (Konyok-Gorbunok)» 6+

Puppet story in 2 acts after the fairy tale by Pyotr Pavlovich Yershov
There are a lot of heroes in the world of the fairy tales: Princes and villains, dragons and sleeping beauties. But every country has its own favourite hero. In Sweden this Hero is Karlsson, Winnie the Pooh in England and The Little Prince in France.
One of the most popular fairy tale hero in Russia  is the Magic Little Horse Konyok – Gorbunok. Konyok – Gorbunok is not only once magic character in this story, also  the beautiful magic firebird and   a huge  Whale-fish. The  the Whale – fish has  4 m of length  and 2 m of height. Huge Monster makes a  water blowout and when it opens its mouth swallowed ships set free!
One of the best magicians in Russia the honoured Artist Rudnev released his delusions on the stage in this performance!

«Tsar-Maiden»
23.11.2017 17.00 «Tsar-Maiden» 6+

The story opens a seaside  palace of the beautiful Tsar - Maiden and her birthday day. That day many uninvited  guests came there: the Chinese Imperator, the Greek King Odyssey, the knight arrant of Biribi and other heroes. 

This story is the first that had been published in Russia for the puppet Theatre. It was written in 1837 and never staged before. 
A prominent Russian  writer Vladimir Odoevsky published this story specially for the puppet theatre. He became known as the "Russian Faus".
Odoevsky wrote a  story – puzzle for children. He made a muddle of the heroes, periods, costumes absolutely intentionally. Viewers have a chance to be involved into the puppet story about Tsar Maiden and to take part in it and unriddle all the puppet rebuses. 

«Vaska the Cat and the friends»
24.11.2017 11.00 «Vaska the Cat and the friends» 6+

The young spectators and their parents can watch a story, created on the basis of the Russian fairy tales written by Vladimir Lifshits. It is almost suspenseful detective story.
Once upon a time there live an old man and an old woman. One day they cooked tasty pancakes and wanted to make a feast of them, but suddenly sour cream disappeared! How to guess where is it?
An interesting puppet performance for children, directed by the honoured artist of Russia Andrey Dennikov – a laureate of “Triumph” Award, is a funny musical fairy tale about the adventures of the cute Vaska the Cat and its friends.
Cat, Lamb, Cock-a-doodle-doo, an old man and old woman – all these puppets play a story about  the tricky Cat, its faithful friends and their adventures.

Playbill
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