The wind rustles in the poplars

1 July 2019, Mon. 20:00
Lesia Ukrainka National Academic Theater of Russian Drama Kyiv, vulytsya Bohdana Khmelʹnytsʹkoho, 5
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Why should go to the show Wind rustles in the poplars?

1. Steady faith in the dream and love of life
2. Witty, ironic and capacious conversations of heroes
3. Searches for answers to questions that always concern us.

Want to go to the original and witty performance? Welcome to the staging of the National Theater of Rusdrama in Kiev called "Wind rustles in the poplars"!

This story is a peculiar ironic saga about 3 old men who went through the war and now live their age in a joyless poorhouse. But this does not mean that they are discouraged and meekly await death. Our heroes retain a strong love for life and for each other, they are eager to move towards their dreams, in which they are helped by their resilience to difficulties and, of course, by their sense of humor. Such their love of life even creates an illusion for others: thanks to them, everyone becomes happy just here and now.

And the heroes are united by a common goal: by all means reach the "cherished poplars". Let even the mythical. Will they be able to do this by keeping themselves, their humanity, sincere faith and openness? This is to be understood and understood by the audience.

The performance is based on the play by contemporary French playwright Gerald Siblayras, a master of witty dialogue. You are waiting for deep philosophical reflections and provocative statements.

Using the example of everyday problems, the author easily and skillfully examines the complex process of life comprehension. The heroes of the playwright's works are ambitious cranks with merciless self-irony and naive reverie. They are constantly searching for answers to questions about love, compassion, eternity, pride ...

The director of this heroic comedy is Evgeny Lunchenko.
Cast: Andrei Ponomarenko, Evgeny Lunchenko, Alexander Valyuk.

The duration of the performance is 1 hour 50 minutes (without intermission).