A lyrical parable about women’s happiness. This is the story of four young women who live in a provincial maternity home for two days of their entire lives. One of them does not need a sixth girl in the family, the second has a child by “accident,” and the last heroine is not allowed to become a mother at all… But all these women’s problems evaporate with the arrival of the pregnant “by order” Oksana.
The play “Where do babies come from?” is a story written in the modern language of love. And if you happen to want to go back to the place where we were all born, or touch the miracle of the birth of a new person, do not forget to take your friends to visit the Theater on Podol together. This is a performance that unites people around one common dream, to which everyone is beholden, to live to do good.
Attention! Gunshots ring out in the play.
Performance language - Russian
2 hours 30 minutes with intermission
Genre - Lyrical comedy
First night - 8 March 2008
Author - Anatoliy Krym
Director and Set Designer - Vitaly Malakhov (1954 - 2021)
Music - Vladimir Borisov
Costume Designer - Nina Rudenko
Video - Sergey Shevchenko
Stage Managers - Sofia Lyudvichenko, Tatiana Antonova