1. Recall the warmest moments of childhood
2. See and come with old friends
3. Reset the burden of daily worries for at least one evening
Instead of the designated play “Two, not counting the dog (The Story of the Dog)”, the play will be shown “We all come from childhood”. All purchased tickets remain valid for passage. If you wish to return funds for purchased tickets - please contact the theater box office.
We invite you to the one-man show “We all come from childhood”, staged by the creative team of the National Academic Theater of Russian Drama. Lesia Ukrainka.
The author of the script and the leading man of the performance is Yury Yakovlev. It is he who will communicate with the audience from the stage, telling true life stories: sad and joyful, romantic and not only. With his performance, the artist demonstrates how important it is for a person to keep in mind the good and bright moments from childhood, youth. And draw from them positive. And make the world around you brighter and kinder. And start with yourself! For example, to take and say “thank you” - to those who, as a child, surrounded you with care, love, shared spiritual warmth: generously, selflessly.
Yes, who will argue - we all come from childhood. The most pure and good memories, the most colorful moments and events remained there. Yuri Yakovlev will return you to that carefree time when a quarrel with a classmate or a school “two” seemed like the most serious problem. Yes, a lot of things are connected with each of us with this time! We are sure that in the artist’s stories viewers will recognize themselves and their friends. “We all come from childhood” is a modern “time machine”, with the help of which you will again return to your best years ...
The performance is warm and soulful. Be sure to come!
Director-curator - Olga Gavrilyuk.
In the main role - Yuri Yakovlev.
The performance goes without intermission, duration - 1 hour 25 minutes.