Performance based on the fairy tale by famous Russian writer A. Pushkin.
The story is of three sisters, of whom the youngest is chosen by Tsar Saltan to be his wife, while he makes the other two his royal cook and royal weaver. They are jealous of course, and when the tsarina gives birth to a son, Prince Gvidon, they arrange to have her and her child ordered to be shut up in a barrel and thrown into the sea. They are cast up on the shore of a remote island Buyan... What will happened with mother and son?
Price: 10 gel
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