On November 1, in the theatrical space of the TEO, a play called Omut will be held - a disaster in one act based on the play by Vasily Sigarev.
“If Dostoevsky lived in our time, he would have written that way,” as critics appreciate the work of the world famous playwright Sigarev.
“The hyperrealism of his plays has been brought to the limit, he is similar to an instant photo: she notices, fixes life in parts, bit by bit, and this part is painful. Suiciders, fugitive criminals, homeless, dying, convicted, terrorists - these are the characters of Sigarev's plays. Marginal societies, past and present outcasts, people of rare professions constitute the exotic of the “new drama”. Heroes and problematics remind of Petersburg naturalism of the middle of the XIX century, physiological essays of that time.
Why should piss modern man? According to normal human relationships, according to the lost soul. No money, no things will save if a person has lost his soul and ability to empathize with his neighbor. The meaning of life - in the dream, scary when it is not. Even if it is never realized, the main thing is that it should be and that there should be a desire for it in a person.
“My friends, ask God for fun. Be merry like children, like heavenly birds. And do not be confused by the sin of people in your work, do not be afraid that it will wipe your work and will not allow it to happen, do not say: “Sin is strong, bad wickedness, a bad environment is strong, and we are alone and powerless, will not allow the good deeds to be accomplished. " Run, children, of this gloom! ”F.M. Dostoevsky
Actors: Galya Migutskaya, Ivan Makarenko
Director: Dmitry Kostiumin