Mysterious night killing a dog

6 July 2019, Sat. 19:00
Lesia Ukrainka National Academic Theater of Russian Drama Kyiv, vulytsya Bohdana Khmelʹnytsʹkoho, 5
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About event

Why is it worth to go to the play "Mysterious night killing a dog"?

1. An intriguing storyline that excites the viewer's imagination from the first minute.
2. An amazing mix of genres in one production.
3. Unexpected ending.

The protagonist of the play is an unusual lad who lives next door. He has an absolute memory, he is delighted with Sherlock Holmes and the Apollo mission.

He also adores all living creatures, but very painfully tolerates any bodily contact with other people. But now it is almost midnight, and in front of him is the body of a neighboring dog.

It is quite logical that he will be blamed for the murder, because other suspects are not visible. Therefore, Christopher decides to investigate this completely strange crime on his own at all costs. But as soon as he began collecting evidence, the boy would learn a lot from his neighbors, which he did not want to know.

The production of Kirill Kashlikov based on M. Haddon’s novel is an incredible story in which comedy and melodrama are woven together, diluting a tense detective story. It didn’t do without morality: after all, the autistic boy did for the neighbors what they themselves couldn’t do, he taught them to love their neighbor.

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