About the performance
What is it like to be polite? Why learn letters? What to do if you get lost? Why is the TV talking? These and other questions interest the little and curious dog Sonya, who lives in the apartment of the writer Ivan Ivanovich Korolev. The fun and playful Sonya always gets in funny situations, but the writer helps her understand the world around her. He teaches her to greet, read, use a handkerchief, and makes her memorize their home address. The writer writes Sonya the rules of "good manners." Little Sonya, just like any child, always wants to do something interesting and only then thinks about what happened. "And when you start thinking, you're somehow getting smarter." The performance "Little smart Sonya" will help children from the age of 3 understand the world of adults.