Poteryannoe zerkalce / Kadonnut peili

Kasarmikatu 46-48, 00130 Helsinki
Savoy Theatre

Aleksandr Gudkov, Aleksandr Pal, Musja Totibadze, Marina Vassiljeva ja Jevgenia Borzõhh, Kirill Ivanov, Stanislav Astahhov (SPB4) present: On June 1, the musical performance ”Poteryannoe Zerkalce” will take place at Savoy Teatteri, full of fun, magic and hope.

Aleksandr Gudkov, Aleksandr Pal, Musja Totibadze, Marina Vassiljeva ja Jevgenia Borzõhh, Kirill Ivanov, Stanislav Astahhov (SPB4) present: On June 1, the musical performance ”Poteryannoe Zerkalce” will take place at Savoy Teatteri, full of fun, magic and hope.

“Poteryannoe Zerkalce” is a nostalgic and hopeful musical performance for the whole family (6+) with an interlude in two acts. This is a tale about the adventure of a handmade mirror with a fragment of a star on the handle. He avoids thieves and vagabonds, has conversations with the wardrobe glass and the mermaid professor, is captured by a diving bird and always finds himself in the most unexpected places. And, of course, the mirror is magical: it reflects joy and feelings, despair and hope, rejection and love, and helps its owners see the fulfillment of great and impossible desires - even flying into space. During his travels and adventures, Mirror and the audience learn a lot about themselves and the world around them - about the existence of a chocolate zoo, a sausage net, kitten-gardeners and much more. The bottom line is that you don’t have to be magical to have something magical happen to you!

The entire action of the production will unfold with the illustrations of Pavel Pepperstein against the backdrop of video decorations. The surreal and “very concrete” costumes of the performance were created from various available materials by a team from several countries under the leadership of Polina Grechko and Maria Levina. The music for “Poteryannoe Zerkalce” was written by the SBP4 group - this is material familiar to listeners of the audio fairy tale, as well as compositions created specifically for the performance.

Performance will be held in Russian language without subtitles.

Duration: 2h 30 min including intermission.

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