Theatre play

by Gabriadze Theater
Text, directing and stage design: Rezo Gabriadze
Music: Rezo Garbiadze, Elena Yaparidze
Scenography and puppets: Tamar Chalauri, Nana Cheshia, Oleg Ermolaev, Giorgi Giorgobiani, Avttandil Gonashvili, Luka Ganashvili, Gela Yangirashvil, Alexander Heimanovski, Levan Kiknavelidze, Tamar Kobakhidze, Alexandra Lunyakova, Artem Ozerov, Svetlana Pavlova, Victor Platonov
With: Tamar Amirajibi, Giorgi Giorgobiani, Vladimir Melzer, Anna Nidjaradze, Nino Sadzhaya, Irakli Sharashidze
If you have traveled to Tbilisi, you have probably heard and seen this puppet theater downtown, and not by accident - this "national wealth", as the Georgians call it, tells large stories on a small scale and attracts you globally attention.

That is why it is important that we see the Gabriadze dolls and our stage, and the performance that they worship for the first time is about "the beautiful and tragic love between two steam locomotives". Cute? Yes, but not at all superficially - there are many serious questions in the plot that brings us back to the post-war Soviet Union, and why its main characters go on rails, Gabriadze explains: "Once Kipling says that the steam locomotive, along with the naval engine, is the most sensitive thing ever created by man. I decided to follow this thread and write on it. "


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