Geese swans in Kiev! We are waiting for you 2020-02-09 at 13:00 on the site of the Kiev Academic Puppet Theater, Kiev.
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They live quietly and peacefully, in agreement Dad, Mom and children are the eldest girl Nastya and her younger brother Ivanushka. Suddenly, this family idyll is violated by the Geese-Swans led by their leader.
They insidiously steal the boy so that he becomes their shepherd. Little girl Nastya decides to find her brother and sets off on a dangerous journey. On her way, she first meets Lisovichka, who gives her a magic ball. This little lump will definitely lead the girl wherever she wishes, and she must help everyone she meets and who requires her help. So, Nastenka tidies the stove, cleans the river, helps Yablonka. Finally, Nastya found her brother in captivity at the geese, where he entertains them with playing the flute. An ingenious girl rescues Ivanka from captivity, and they flee home. Those who have been helped by the children Nastenka — the River, Pechka and Yablonka — to save children from the chase. So the children returned home.
So who does not do evil - therefore there is nothing to fear!
The performance was presented at the XV International Festival of Puppet Theaters "Interlyalka" (Uzhgorod, October 2015), III International Theater Festival in .. Merzifon (Turkey, March 2017), II Puppet Week of the Asia-Pacific Region in Nanchong (China, June 2017).
The performance was honored with such awards:
1. "Best Actress" - actress Victoria Ogorodnaya at the XV International Festival of Puppet Theaters "Interlyalka" (Uzhgorod, October 2015).
2. "The best artistic solution to the play" - artist Nikolai Danko at the II Puppet Week of the Asia-Pacific Region in Nanchong (China, June 2017).
3. "Preservation of national traditions of puppet art" at the II Puppet Week of the Asia-Pacific Region in Nanchong (China, June 2017).