“Igi” is the stage version of one of the remarkable
stories written by Jemal
Karchkhadze, the 20th-century Georgian publicist and writer, which tells
the story of human evolution, from prehistoric times to the formation of personality
and the fight with the environment and society since
"Intro" is the masterful combination of dramatic circus and modern theatre. The music show, which represents the visions of Sandro Nikoladze, the composer, comes to life on the stage.
from the first pages, strange heroes appear in the room. the room that turns into the whole galaxy becomes the place of adventures for the young student. The little prince, an immortal story by Saint-Exupery, seen by a young boy.
Young Don Juan walking from house to house to his lovers with his servant-Sganarel. Suddenly on the square they meet Commodore’s statue. Comic story about why does Don Juan left the city and for whom he came back.
One-Act performance that shows what is happening behind the curtain. Rehearsal where the director is talking with the audience and actors as well and explaining how they use to work on performance while it will be presented to the spectator finally. The performance consists of different small novels:
The performance describes different phases of human’s lives. People are moving in endless labyrinth like social, urban, emotional or communicative. Often we are creating labyrinth and we do it unconsciously.
The audience is undivided part of the performance, they can move around the stage and watch the performance from the different angles.
The performance is the synthesis of bodyart and fairy tale.
The story unfolds in the mythical continent of Pompos, which is ruled by the family of Fans. A dangerous fugitive criminal from prison kidnaps Dos, the Princess of the Empire of Pompos and locks her up in a horrible castle which clumsy Tio and Stubborn Jina attempt to unlock.
Abracadabra is one act illusion.
illusionist is late for the performance «Abracadabra». At that very
moment its lookalike leaps on to the stage instead him. The
lookalike is trying to show the audience as many tricks as he can
until the illusionist turns up in the theatre.