The heart of a little child beats at 140 beats a minute. In the nature many things happen very fast too. For instance, grasshoppers chirr, ants run, butterflies and dragonflies fly, leaves tremble in the wind and canes clash one another.
In the performance “One hundred and forty beats a minute” puppetry, visual and plastic theatre help children see that the world of nature is in miraculous harmony with the rhythm of their hearts.
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Andrey Kachnov, Egor Poselentsev
Roman Dadaev, Anastasia Kolesina
Renat Shavaliev, Natalia Sizova
Victoria Slutskaya/ Anastasia Gritsay
"The play has everything you need for such a simple story: soft humor, mischievous merriment, accurately picked up musical and sound design, easy acting, but a truly interesting story told by Denis Kazachuk makes correctly grasped intonations that convey joy life is so accurate that you involuntarily try to remember - and you have something like it was in childhood. "
"The performance takes place in silence - we hear only the sounds of nature and the music of Bjork." This is true: babies do not need words: they perceive everything around by means of visual, auditory, taste and tactile sensations. "The director managed to see the world through the eyes of the child. ) gets to know nature: plays with ants, swims with fish, fights predatory birds and watches the sunrise and sunset. "
"The performance" One hundred and forty beats a minute "is a kind of keyhole through which adults can look into the past childhood, and children - to peek out their inner world from the side."