1. The author himself became the director of the production - Semen Isaakovich Zlotnikov
2. Music, light, the game of actors - delights, captivates, captivates and gives a variety of emotions.
3. A history that is interesting at all times, as the relationship between a man and a woman arises and develops.
Lyrical comedy from Odessa. This time without Odessa jargon and yard gatherings
"- I feel a single man per kilometer.
- Long away. Amazing ... How do you manage?
- If I knew how it works, I would probably not succeed. It is impossible to learn ... I personally have it from nature ... "
The author of the play personally came to Odessa and was engaged in the production.
Semen Zlotnikov is a legendary personality, just like the performance itself, staged in dozens of theaters around the world and in different languages.
Social formations are crumbling, the face of the world is changing, modern technologies turn our understanding of time and space, but in all ages there remains the same interest in how relationships between a man and a woman arise and develop.
In the apartment of a new apartment house, the housing department operator Dina Fedorovna “perishes” from loneliness. Friends decide to introduce her to Viktor Petrovich - a lonely pharmacist. And now there is a long-awaited visit, from which an intriguing, funny and sometimes tearful sad story of two loneliness begins, a history of relationships that go through all possible stages: timid interest, energy of passionate desires, moments of happiness and “gun salvos” of hate
What will turn this meeting? Can everyone give up their bachelor habits for the sake of love and stability? He and she. There are two of them. Their life is changing.
For fans of theatrical art, the play “A Man Came to a Woman” will be a real celebration of feelings and emotions. It will not be boring!!!
Victor Petrovich - Alexey Agopyan
Dina Fedorovna - Honored Artist of Ukraine Irina Okhotnichenko
Author and director - Semen Isaakovich Zlotnikov
Musical arrangement - Alexander Portnov
Assistant Director - Tamara Kaganovich
The performance is in Russian 2 hours and 20 minutes with one intermission