The most truthful person in the world and his incredible puppet adventures at the North Pole, in St. Petersburg and overseas countries! The Baron Munchausen is embodied in several puppets, the largest one is 1.5 meters tall. Its arms and legs are hinged, so they move “as alive.” Three Barons Munchausen are made with reed puppets: one walks through the snowy expanses, the second one dances at court balls, and the third one rides a horse and even a wild boar! In the end, our puppet Baron bravely gets on a cannon ball and flies to the moon!
The first story is about Alyonka and her curious Goose Dorofey. An artful Fox stole and hid a Goose in a stolen House. A cute Hedgehog lived in this House, but an artful Fox kicked Hedgehog away. With the help of small viewers Alyonka and Hedgehog found a way to wrap an artful Fox around finger!
The second story tells about honour and dignity and teach never peacock and laugh at your friends!
“Cute Hedgehog” is a performance for the youngest spectators. Green forest , lovely flowers and other colorful decorations invite our small spectators together with Alyonka to the magic world and meet with the forest dwellers.
You will enjoy kind and charming puppets, inspiring and dynamic story!
This fairy tale was born in the place where every day the sun is shining brightly and happily. This fairy tale was born in the beautiful East. For many years she travels around the world, hiding in hurdzhunah, hanging on the donkey’s Bekir back. His master is a humble Muzrab Agha – a puppeteer, or as in the East says – kugrchakboz – narrates us stories about good and evil, about different people living in the world – good and bad. But as in every real fairy tale - there are more good people – good always triumphs over evil.
The youngest merchant’s daughter couldn’t even imagine how her big dream would become true. From far overseas countries her father brought her the promised gift – the desirable scarlet flower, which was the most beautiful flower in the world. The merchant gave his word of honor and had to pay a great price for it. To save her father from all misfortunes, - she left her birthplace voluntarily, expecting to find herself on a mysterious island, in a wild thicket.
But miraculously she saw an entranced beautiful garden, with never yet seen animals – birds, where the scarlet flower brightly shined. Where the host is a terrible Beast…
One of the reasons why the Theatre decided to stage the famous story of the Russian writer Sergey Aksakov - is to tell us about true love and big sacrifice, that a kind heart can do miracles. In the performance of Boris Konstantinov - simple human feelings, loving care and sincere compassion creates the entranced garden and determine the fate of the terrible host.