About the performance
“Voice of the GUIDE. According to legend, many kings have lived in ancient times, but only a few of them were able to gain such fame as the brave King Arthur, the son of Uther Pendragon, the king of Logres. (..) ANSEL. (Aping.) Where the souls of great knights live ... B-o-o-o-ring! (Ansel takes a “selfie" with King Arthur's mannequin in the showcase. Suddenly the mannequin moves and Ansel boggles,) Hey, you saw that?! This is the beginning of the story of four 6th B grade students who, being on an excursion to the medieval stone castle museum, get into adventures out of simple boredom, these adventures change their lives forever and start a dizzying struggle to get out of the museum and their own walls of fear. How to believe in yourself and become a hero? How do the heroes and heroism of the legend of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table differ from the heroes of today? The creators of the performance will revive the legend of the age of knights using puppet and object theater techniques, but the dramaturgy will be based on the rules of the now popular "escape rooms", where the participants have to solve a certain number of tasks to get out of a closed room.