The funniest and the wisest play about relationships, Men and Women! That unites us attracted to each other. And that separates us. Yes, we are different, we are contradictory. But we are unique, we are one of a kind. Loving and loved, happy and unhappy. The truth about family life! For example, their own family relationships, the actor shows the absurdity of claims, fights and conflicts happening between us, is painfully familiar to everyone. And the absurdity of our differences, a new angle of view make these laughable and ludicrous. Here are just a few impressions: "Thank you so much, we stood on the brink of divorce. You saved our marriage. You turned us to face each other." "I have the impression that he is in the kitchen of our sitting, and everything between us my husband and I had done." "Thank you, thank you very much. Tonight I fell back in love with your husband." "Strengthens family relationships, even in 56 years!". It's just four of the many reviews that hears the actor after almost every performance "the Savage." It is worth to play. It is worth to watch! The script of the play was written by an American family psychologist, actor comedian Rob Becker. It premiered on 26 March 1995 on Broadway on the stage of the Helen Hayes Theater. Play in Becker himself was played over 700 times just on Broadway, and then more than 1,500 times in 160 U.S. cities. "Savage Forever" was included in the Book theatre of world records as the most long-playing solo shows and holds the record to this day. The play is translated in 35 languages and has successfully performed in more than 45 countries around the world. The mayor of new York Rudolph Giuliani announced the 18th of July "Caveman Day" and renamed 44th street in West new York in "the Way of the Caveman". Most recently, "Savage Forever" became the winner of prestigious awards "Olivier Awards" in London. The role Odessa played in the Savage people's artist of Ukraine Boris Barsky.
The events in Odessa at 12 September 2019
12 September 2019, 19:00
from 210 to 380 UAH
place: Theatre "House of clowns" (St. Olgievskoy, 23)