During the festival "Interlialka-2015", Slovak theater will present the production based on the poem by Marina Tsvetaeva
On October 2, in the hall of the Regional Puppet Theater, Kosice Puppet Theater (Slovakia) will present the play "Pied Piper" based on the poem by Marina Tsvetaeva. The production is intended for an adult audience. During the performances, both artists and the audience will be on stage, so the number of seats is limited.
Written and directed by Aleh Žuhžda, translation by Juraj Andricyk, sets by Valery Raczkowski, music by Pavel Kondrusevic. Actors - Beata Dubielova, Erica Molnarova, Juraj Fotul, Miroslav Kolbasskiy, Peter Orhovan.
The dramaturgy of the play is based on the poem by Marina Tsvetaeva "Pied Piper", which in turn is based on Western European medieval legend the invasion of rats in the German town of Hammeln in 1284. The townspeople were saved by a wandering musician: sound of his pipe fascinated rodents, they followed the melody to the Weser river, where they perished. The Mayor and the city moneybags, who had promised the savior a remuneration, deceived him. Then, the angry musician, playing the pipe, fascinated and took all the children out of the town of Hameln. According to Tsvetaeva, the invasion of rats into the town of Hameln was the punishment for indifference and selfishness, for their degradation and lack of spirituality.
The performance in the chamber atmosphere will be presented to the audience at 17.00 and 18.30