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Every child in Russia knows the tale of Tsar Saltan, his son Gvidon and the fair Swan-maiden. What is it about? Foremost it is about the consequences of envy, how each of your evil-doings will haunt you in return. In addition, it is about how love, when shared, will multiply in threes.
The creators of the show do not go the illustrative route; they do it the playful way, as suggested by the author - Alexander Pushkin – himself, whilst preserving the treasure that is this writer’s witty text.
Performance in two acts after the fairy tale by Charles Perrault
Three sons received their father inheritance. The eldest brother gained the mill, and the middle brother attained the mules
The tale opens with the third and youngest son of a miller receiving his inheritance — a cat. The feline is no ordinary cat.
It is the beginning of a story telling us of a love for pets and naive ogre.