Transcarpathian Regional Hungarian Drama Theater (Beregovo, Transcarpathian region)
Performance for 1 action.
Performed in Hungarian.
Directed by Oleg Melnichuk.
The play is a peculiar compilation of works by Victor Pellevin, George Orwell, Richard Bach, and the paintings by Jeronim Bosch and Peter Brueghel.
The protagonists are trying to find the meaning of their existence. They are thinking about such eternal concepts as love, fate, life after death. For example, love is the dominant place of common existence: "if you say briefly, love is something that makes everyone here where he is." Having practiced chickens, who talk a lot about the meaning of life, the authors of the show, however, try to make the viewer look at themselves.