Black square. I am looking for a husband for every day in Odessa! We are waiting for you 2020-03-14 at 19:00 on the site of the Ukrainian Theater, Odessa.
You can buy tickets for Black Square. I am looking for a husband for every day on Concert.ua online. And also place an order with courier delivery or pick up the order on letterhead at our nearest ticket office (on the eve of the event, these methods become unavailable).
1. The modern version of boring "comedies".
2. An easy performance that will leave only pleasant emotions.
3. Exactly what you need after a busy day.
“I am looking for a husband for every day!” A lyrical comedy of positions, which managed to conquer not only the capital, but also many cities of the country.
“I am looking for a husband for every day” - exactly what you need after a hard working day to relax your body and soul if your abdominal muscles are ready to intensively contract. A very easy and enjoyable performance, where parallel storylines intersect in the most unexpected way. A lot of amusing circumstances divided by the personality of the actors give rise to a high density of events and branded “square” humor.
Wonderful cast, male striptease with music and acapella, a purely feminine approach to the process of erotic relationships, wonderful music and, of course, the love with which the actors play will give you an unexpected holiday.
People without a sense of humor are strictly forbidden!
From the reviews of viewers:
“Amazing comedy!” In places - laughter to colic! Two awesome couples: men with an amazing sense of humor, girls charming and ironic. There is something from the good old theater, but the dialogs are modern and the jokes are relevant. The actors hover over the stage, as it seemed to me, relentlessly improvising on the go ... "(LudOK)
“The performance is amazing! Lightweight, with dashing plot twists. The hall burst into laughter after each cue. This is the performance that I want to come again. I recommend it! ”(Charming Lady)
“Guys ... This is a fiery performance! The smile is still on my face. Dialogues to break, jokes graceful even if on the verge of a foul. Previously, such a concept as a “sitcom” gave me associations with some old costume performances, and this is an ultramodern version ... ”(Lena Sokolova)
Alexandra Boyko (Panasevich)