Based on a Russian folk tale, a play is in one act, for children from 3 years old.
The premier of the performance – 4th April 2005
Author – Honored artist of the Republic of Tatarstan I. Klyuev
Producer - Honored artist of the Republic of Tatarstan I. Klyuev
Art director - Honored Art employee of the Republic of Tatarstan A. Mitrofanov
Composer – G. Khisamutdinov
Duration- 35 minutes
A game like performance that is based on a Russian folk tale. Thanks to the producer’s creative imagination, you can find different stories united into one. For instance, you will see in this performance “The Giant Turnip” and “Ryaba the Hen”. Well known to everyone tales, from childhood that are united into an unexpected story: children help the Granddad to pull out the turnip, sing together with Kolobok, bark like Zhuchka (the Dog), meow like the Cat, and squeak like the Mouse. As this is a performance-game which always implies an interaction with the viewers, the “Kolobok” is an improvisation.
Not any play is alike: in one case artists have to control all children who want to help the Granddaughter and Zhuchka, in another instance they need to praise the bravest kids,that are not afraid of the Wolf, then they ought to answer the questions where did the Mouse go to and why the is Wolfs eye covered with a bandage. This performance is full of humor, songs and surprising outcomes.