Volodymyr Holosnyak. Monovist by M. Weller's "I Want to Paris"
- I want to Paris again.
- Have you been there already?
- No, but I've ever wanted to ...
Monovistava, based on the same story by M. Veller, "I Want to Paris" is a story of a "little" Soviet man from a provincial town who, throughout his life, tried to fulfill his great dream of visiting Paris.
Provincial boy with the god of a forgotten town fell ill with grief for Motherland. For that Homeland, which he chose for himself. For half an hour the viewers together with the hero live a whole human life, the usual life of a Soviet man. School, vocational school, army, college, factory, marriage, apartment, children, hard work, drunkenness, pension ... But in this gray everyday life the hero is France. A dream about onion soup and frog legs, about unveiled lace lingerie and Parisian chic. About the songs of Montana, Aznavour and Dassin. And, of course, the musketeer's honor, because everything from it began. One for all - and everyone for one!
The play is played: with. and. Volodymyr Holosnyak, Ukraine
Directed by: Vladimir Holosnyak, Ivan Soroka
Multimedia: Alexander Chernyshov, Matthew Chernyshov
Artistic design: Irina Holosnyak
The performance is for one act, is in Ukrainian.