CLUB BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION

On January 13, 2008, our club celebrated its birthday. Our child is already two years old! We presented a special artful gift to our club. This year, it was performance of a small play “A gift for Ded Moroz (Father Frost)” created by Olga Pogoryelova. The idea of the play is that Ded Moroz works hard during the whole year to fulfil people’s wishes. He collects the wishes during the New Year and Christmass nights, and then fulfils them in turn. Ded Moroz, being invisible to human, comes to people in proper time and whispers to them useful pieces of advice to inspire them to do actions that result in fulfilling their wishes. One day Ded Moroz receives a letter from an old man who wants to present a special gift to him, namely, to fulfil Ded Moroz’s cherished wish. Ded Moroz, who has never received gifts before, soon discovers that the old man wants to present him his own human life from the birth till the death, and for that the old man agrees to substitute Ded Moroz in performing his duties for eternity. Ded Moroz agrees with the proposal of the old man, because human’s life, even with its deficiences, is the most precious thing in the world, and in fact, Ded Moroz really dreamed to become a human. The actors were: Victor Fursov (Ded Moroz), Mustafa Bas (Old Man), Olga Pogoryelova, Iryna Zhurakovska, Konstantin Orekhov, Olga Bosenko, Graham Seibert.

Olga Pogorelova, Art-Talkers TM Club

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