The impudent and insanely funny comedy of the Masks theater A play about love, happy love, because love is happiness, love is music, dance! Love is life!
Juliet, an overgrown girl of thirty-five, was promised to be a wife to Paris, a relative of the prince who was repeatedly injured in the head with an iron. An unexpected meeting at the ball with Romeo - an enthusiastic moron - ignites an inextinguishable passion in the hearts of lovers. Juliet's father, the senile old man Capulet, and her brother Tybalt, a bully, a bully and a brawler, cannot reconcile themselves to this. As a result of a quarrel, Tybalt kills Benvolio, a friend of Romeo, with a flower pot. Kills vilely, in the back, stealthily. Romeo, in a fit of rage to death, bites Tybalt's ear, from which he tragically dies. Juliet secretly appoints Romeo a date: at the cemetery, where, as a result of comic intricacies and unexpected plot twists to the general joy of the play, the play ends with universal love, the triumph of humor, youth and beauty.
Romeo - People's Artist of Ukraine Boris Barsky
Juliet - Natalia Buzko, Honored Artist of Ukraine
Tybalt and Apothecary - People's Artist of Ukraine Georgy Deliev
Capulet - Mikhail Voloshin
Benvolio - Alexander Postolenko
Paris - Igor Malakhov