1. Staging in a new genre for the viewer is always interesting and unusual.
2. The performance makes you think and rethink the existing approaches to some problems.
3. “Theater on Tea Room” is one of the few creative groups in whose repertoire there are plays by David Ives.
"Theater on Tea" invites you to the unusual production of "Strange Performance. Day One (Not everything depends on you) "and" Strange performance. Day two (It all depends on you) ".
The genre of the performances is a fable without morality. At the core are the plots of the plays of the famous American playwright David Ives: “Words, Words, Words,” “Time Flies,” “Variations on the Death of Trotsky,” and others. Playwright, screenwriter and writer David Ives is the author of more than 20 plays.
These works were successfully staged for the demanding audience of Broadway and in many other countries of the world. In some theater seasons, Ives’s plays became the second most popular among theatergoers after Shakespeare.
The work of David Ives is about everything that concerns a modern person: the framework and contradictions, inevitability and much more. In the presentation of the actors of the “Theater on Tea” all these topics will be revealed in the form of an open dialogue with the audience. Live communication - the principle of theater productions.
The roles are performed by: Alexander Boyko, Elena Yuzvak, Denis Faluta. Director - Alexander Onishchenko. Duration - 50 minutes. Waiting for you!