1. About the most pure and beautiful first love
2. Romeo and Juliet without a tragic denouement
3. A good reason to return to youth
Do not miss: performed by artists of the National Academic Theater of Russian Drama. Lesia Ukrainka - the lyrical story "Hey, you, hello."
“Hey, you, hello” is another production of the theater, leaving a bright trace in the hearts of the audience. She vividly and sincerely tells about the birth of the first strong feelings between a young man and a girl. The heroes will have to discover together a big and beautiful world, finding their place in it.
The performance is based on the play of the same name by Gennady Mamlin, who wrote for youth theaters about teenagers and for them. The playwright was in demand not only in his homeland, but also abroad. “Hey you, hello” to someone may seem like a modern reading of “Romeo and Juliet”, only without a sad ending. In general, the production does not give final conclusions, which allows the viewer to think about this story.
In the center of the narration is the naive girl Mashka and the guy Valerka, who in one and a half hours go through the most contradictory stages of relations: quarrels, fights, and - surely come to love.
This story will be instructive in many ways for modern young people who have been captured by social networks and gadgets, in a world where respect and dedication are measured by “likes”, and the manifestation of living human feelings is alien and incomprehensible.
Directed by - Cyril Kashlikov.
The roles are performed by Ekaterina Staruchenko and Alexander Kryuchkov.
The performance without intermission, lasts 1 hour and 20 minutes.