This chamber performance is about the adventures of Peter the Pigeon, who gets inspired by the stories of migratory birds. The show will help our youngest audience explore the big world, a part of which they will soon become.
Children will follow the story of Peter with no effort: the dolls in the play look like toys, and young and friendly artists try to keep every little spectator entertained. Together with the kids, the Pigeon will get to admire the northern lights, hear hokku near Mount Fuji and even fly into space. This journey will lead Peter and the audience to making some new friends: colourful flamingos, a wise owl, and happy penguins. The play shows that the world is big, diverse, and a little strange, and therefore fascinating and beautiful.
You can do so much if in the morning, having done exercise, you start exploring the world that can tell and show you so many exciting things!
Directed by Alexandra Lovyannikova, who is a director and artist. She graduated from the Moscow Academic Art College and studied directing at the Russian Institute of Theatre Arts (Kamenkovich and Krymov's studio). Lovyannikova received her master's degree at the Moscow Art Theatre School (with Serebrennikov and Bogomolov as mentors). She was a nominee for the Golden Mask National Theatre Award in the Experiment and Drama / Best Designer sections. The Yaga play (Meyerhold Centre), directed by Alexandra, was longlisted by the same award. She also got nominated for the Proryv ('Breakthrough') Theatre Award. In her creative life, Lovyannikova pays special attention to working on materials for children, namely, children's, teenage, and baby theatre. She co-authors the Yuma the Seal. Fairy Tales from Lake Baikal podcast and has taken part in many laboratories and festivals.