The theater does not cancel performances.
For spectators who do not want to be in a crowded place during quarantine, the theater transfers tickets to other days in April-May.
1. An interesting plot with an unexpected denouement.
2. You can replenish your own dictionary with new aphorisms.
3. Actors do not play, but live their roles.
So, the main character is a respectable Monsieur Amilkar. He is betrayed by his wife, children, friends and therefore decides to take an unusual step. Create with the help of money the illusion of happiness.
For a round sum, he hires three strangers - artist Eleanor, prostitute Virginia and artist Masha. For the bills handed to them, they must play loving relatives of Monsieur Amilkar: a caring wife, a charming daughter and a true friend. The life of the “ideal family” has musical accompaniment performed by the house servants of the master of the house. Live music and songs of an ironic duet are an accompaniment to the unusual performances of the strange, paid-for-home theater.
But this is bad luck ... What seemed like an outlandish game actually changes the fate of everyone. And the closer the ending of the story is, the more difficult it is for the participants of the venture to distinguish simulated feelings from real ones. The production is based on the work of the famous French playwright Yves Jamiak, winner of the Cannes Film Prize for the best screenplay. By the way, the comedy Monsieur Amilkar (or The Man Who Pays) brought the greatest fame to the author.
This is a play about life in which everything can be purchased for money. Everything except life itself. Stage Director: Dmitry Bogomazov.