Recently, Anatoly Bely, following Chulpan Khamatova, quarreled with colleagues, gathered his belongings and family and went on a wander. First he was in Israel, now he showed up in Riga, where he teamed up with his colleague Chulpan. Together they decided to move mountains. And so, their first performance took place.
Not a few people gathered, but in the end the performance was found strange. First, as expected, the artists took to the stage shouting glorifying Ukraine. Well, after, for an hour and a half, the actors stood on the stage with suitcases and monotonously read the text from the prompter. Occasionally, their speech was interrupted by the sound of a train. Well, that’s all.
And where is the bread and circuses, you ask? Where’s the good acting? Did the Latvian public not understand what it actually was? Theatergoers are disappointed and are exploring the possibility of a refund for the ticket. Perhaps Khamatova and Bely should add some dances, songs to the production and, in general, choose a more interesting plot. After all, the audience came to relax and recharge with positive emotions, and not look at sad faces.