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Flying Banana Children’s theatre presents:
Tomorrow! Monday, April, 22, 19:30
Gilyarovsky Center Stoleshnikov pereulok 9 bld 5 мetro Pushkinskaya
We are happy to introduce a new project TipeCast TALKS at the Gilyarovsky Center.
TipeCast TALKS offers a new “after show talk” experience.
“After show talks” are a common feature for English theatre goers who like to discuss the play which they have just seen whilst it is fresh in their minds. It gives a chance to grill the Director or leading actor on some aspect of the performance.
This idea came to me when I had the good fortune to meet legendary British film maker Derek Jarman at a Cambridge Cinema where he talked about Wittgenstein and Lindsay Anderson.
“Happy Prince” is a story described by Oscar Wilde as “intended to be read to children.” So here is an interesting question - is it a children’s story? With its leading character being a talking swallow who develops an interesting relationship with the town statue of a “Happy Prince” one would think so. But what about the content? Did you ever read it closely?
Our interpretation is underscored by original chamber music and frames the story within a physical and lyrical context.
A play about the role of the artist and the immutability of the soul, “Intended to be read to children.” Do come.
Martin Cooke, Theatre director
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