Dog heart in Kiev! We are waiting for you 2020-02-16 at 19:00 on the site Palace Ukraine (Small Hall), Kiev.
A performance for real aesthetes of theatrical art and fans of the work of the brilliant director Valery Zolotukhin.
The ingenious phantasmagoria of M. Bulgakov takes place in the 1920s in Soviet Russia, at the very height of the construction of socialism. The famous Moscow professor Filipp Filippovich Preobrazhensky decides to experiment on transplanting the seminal glands and the pituitary gland of the deceased homeless, drunkard and hooligan Klim Chugunkin to the cute dog Sharik found on the street. Humanization has occurred, but the experiment, alas, failed.
Instead of a good dog, an ugly, stupid and aggressive Polygraph Poligrafovich Sharikov appears who inherited only bad traits from his "donor". But this did not prevent him from adapting perfectly to socialist reality and even becoming the head of the department for clearing Moscow of stray animals. Sharikov turns the life of Professor Preobrazhensky and the inhabitants of his apartment into hell.
Encouraged by the chairman of the house committee, Schwonder, he writes denunciations to his "creator", demands that he allocate housing space and even threatens with a revolver. The professor has no choice but to recognize the experiment as failed and return Sharikov to his original state.