The performance has no relation to the great work of Dante Alighieri.
This is a playful and witty narration of the biblical story of the creation of the world. It was written by the playwright Isidor Shtok. At the heart of this equally ironic and lyrical play is the story of the fall of man.
God created Adam and Eve and placed them in the Garden of Eden. The life in Eden was good - it was beautiful, and warm, and satisfying The only drawback -it was boring. All animals and birds have children, but not Adam and Eve, because they are sinless. Boring! Adam and Eve ate the forbidden apple and were exiled from Eden. Their life became difficult, but not boring.
This performance is a theatrical classic, which, even decades later, is well accepted by both teenagers and their parents. It is relevant and ageless.