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Nostalgia for Reality

Nostalgia for Reality

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  • Fri 15 Feb ’13, 7:00pm – 7:55pm
  • Sat 16 Feb ’13, 7:00pm – 7:55pm
  • Sun 17 Feb ’13, 7:00pm – 7:55pm
  • Mon 18 Feb ’13, 7:00pm – 7:55pm
  • Tue 19 Feb ’13, 7:00pm – 7:55pm
  • Wed 20 Feb ’13, 7:00pm – 7:55pm


TAPAC , 100 Motions Rd, Western Springs



Ticket Information:

  • Adult: $16.00
  • Child, conc, group: $10.00

5 Stars: The Advertiser, Metro, British Style, RBTH

Show from Russia (Moscow)

In a new way will you hear words and thoughts of Marcel Mithois, Antoine de Saint Exupery, Nadezhda Teffi, Andre Roussin and suddenly even for us - The Bible, The Old Testament. Our actors will be dangerously balancing themselves in movements, interludes and dances. You will see “the eternal bride” and “the girl in the window”, you will meet the youth who will disclose the secret of his fear and will see our big puppet heroes. And maybe you will be able to hear and see a worldwide popular singer. Besides, in the end we will see every our spectator in a close-up like in a forgotten movie, as if it were nostalgia… for reality.

Sometimes the moments come, when you want to start a conversation with the people who come to the show. The conversation, which is more intimate, confessionary enabling you to look in, the eyes of the person whom you want to dialogue with, to feel his pulse and breath. The most important in the show is what is behind the words and between the lines. There are 2 actors, 3 actresses, 4 puppets, 1 video director, 1 projector, a lot of light and music. We fight for the real, live theatre and step into the dialogue with the audience about theatre, life and love. SSSR productions company was founded in 2007. Its main focus is on producing and financing art projects. Our creative triumphs have already been well received by the Foreign and Russian critics and the media.

“The element of surprise is important to squeezing every ounce of enjoyment from this fabulous show by SSSR (Stop, See, Sense, Reality). Russia's long, proud theatrical traditions are on full display here, in the rigor of the ideas, the imagination and attention to detail. It dazzles with compelling monologues, exhilarating dance, heart-rending movement, beautiful music, puppetry, projections, humour and generous audience participation. It poses questions about the essence of life, known only to children, hence the nostalgia for reality.” - The Advertiser

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