Don Juan

24 July 2019, Wed. 19:00
Clown house Odessa, st. Olgievskaya 23
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Bright, festive story of love and beauty, generosity and wisdom, with elements of music, dance, stunts and special effects.

The tireless rage, the jovial and joker Don Juan loves Madrid and the women of this beautiful city. And what's wrong with that? Madrid and the women of Madrid reciprocate. Everything is logical. Only here respectable citizens are for some reason expelled from the city of a young rake. Under cover of night, the legs of the faithful horse Laparello themselves bring Don Juan back to Madrid. Not the most fun place - the cemetery, but for the two coffins, this is the essence of the universe. Umberto and Mauricio are not just philosophers, they are witnesses, they are mirrors reflecting events of a universal scale. And the whole kaleidoscope of these events, replacing one after another with colorful pictures, flashes before their thoughtful and slightly ridiculous views.

Are we born in order to prepare ourselves for death, or is birth a holiday that is always with you? Is it possible to get away from fate when Donna Anna has already thrown off her clothes, praying the monument to the Commander to return to her feelings of eroticism and sin? A quiet pervert, Monk, in the company of Leporello and Don Juan, witnessed this exciting and seductive scene. Why does the statue of Commander and “Donna Anna herself do not din, and does not give to others?” Did we all descend from a monkey, or did we, God's creatures, descend from a woman? And not just Women, but the great foremother of Eve! All these innumerable questions are to be resolved by the viewer, together with Umberto and Mauricio, after seeing a cheerful, bright, festive performance “Don Juan” in the House of Clowns.

Characters:

Don Juan - People's Artist of Ukraine B. Barsky;

Donna Anna - Honored Artist of Ukraine N. Buzko;

Leporello - M. Voloshin;

Grobokop 1 - People's Artist of Ukraine G. Deliev;

Grobokop 2 - A. Postolenko

Monk and Alkald - I. Malakhov;

Buffoon - I. Kucherov.