“Anton and Natasha in search of the meaning of life” is a joint project of the “Beautiful Flowers” theater and the “Oil” theater.
What is a sense of life? In material values or spiritual? In self-development? In travels and emotions? Or in family, children and love? The Theater “Beautiful Flowers” and the theater “NEFT” present a joint project - the performance show “Anton and Natasha in Search of the Meaning of Life”, in which an attempt will be made to disassemble this phenomenon of the meaning of life through creativity, humor and philosophizing.
In the center of attention - a married couple, Anton and Natasha. After several years of marriage, they suddenly raise the question of the meaning of their existence. This moment becomes a reference point for an exciting bike ride. Travel in search of meaning.
Along the way they meet people from different social backgrounds, with different thinking and worldview. In search of an answer to the question “what is the meaning of life?” They are helped by a sage, a businessman, a simple worker, an actor, a cashier, gangsters and bystanders, each of whom becomes an important fragment in understanding the main issue.
What is a sense of life? And is there anyway? We will try to reveal its diversity through this pseudo-philosophical comic comic about the life of Anton and Natasha. And in parallel with their history, we will try to deal with the nature of the theater itself, with its structure, rules and myths.
The performance is based on real events and is the most effective guide to understanding the meaning of life.
Igor Klyuchnik (“Beautiful Flowers” theater)
Dmitry Tretyak ("Urbanistan")
Armen Kaloyan (KhNATOB)
Oleg Kadanov ("Che Orchestra").
Screenwriter and director: Artem Vusik (“Beautiful Flowers” theater).
Choreography: Nina Hizhnaya.
Costume Designer: Polina Karpova.
Lighting designer: Honored Worker of Culture of Ukraine Vladimir Minakov.
Main illuminator: Alexander Chizh.
Music \ sound design: DIAKOVA, THE AND.
Vocals: Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Heart Chorus
Dolls: Olga Turuta-Prasolova.
Motion design: Gleb Kovalev.
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes.