Fairytale Russia, as seen through religious icons and medieval paintings. Russia belonging to royalty and the birthplace of great poets, also being the source of beautiful folk tales – these images of Russia are today exotic and almost unknown. We wish to revisit them through Fable of the Fisherman and the Magic Gold Fish – a classic fable by Pushkin translated by Julian Tuwim. Directed by Jevgenij Ibragimov, this production makes reference to beauty and the originality of Russian music and painting by using all the magic we can call on in puppet theater. It also touches upon about the terrible consequences of limitless greed.
For ages of 5 and upwards
Przekład: Julian Tuwim
Reżyseria: Jevgenij Ibragimov
Muzyka: Mikołaj Jakimov
Joanna Borer, Katarzyna Brzozowska, Izabella Kurażyńska, Ewa Scholl, Georgi Angiełow, Paweł Jaroszewicz, Maciej Owczarzak, Adam Wnuczko