The running time is 2 hrs including an interval.
The show “Adonis Has a Guest” by German playwright Fred Apke is addressed to young audiences, but it turns out to be great fun for the whole family. This is in part thanks to the premiere songs that enrich the performance – after all some of them are sung by the entire audience!
Two birds in a cage. The permanent inhabitant of the safe „palace” – a beautiful parrot called Adonis and the unexpected guest – an ordinary street crow Węgiel (Coal). Adonis doesn’t know anything about the outside world and isn’t really interested in it. Węgiel on the other hand knows almost everything about life.
Performing the role of Adonis is ROMA’s very own Paweł Strymiński. The role of Węgiel is also played by ROMA’s very own Jakub Szydłowski – who also directed the show and wrote the lyrics to the songs, with music written by Kuba Lubowicz. Wojciech Kępczyński was the artistic supervisor for the show.
The latest performance on the NOVA Stage is filled with numerous stage surprises. The amazing set design was created by Grzegorz Policiński and transports the audience inside a bird cage. There are songs, there is dance and a lot of fun audience participation.
An additional attraction is the active involvement of the band – comprised of ROMA’s orchestra memebers who have created a quartet that surprises with its stylistic diversity. “The Flowers of Music” play rock, reggae, funk and… flamenco!
We hope that ROMA’s latest proposal will enrich the theatre’s offer of performances for young audiences which are rarely so intriguing and fun!
We invite children and families!
Remember: a cage is not a palace!
And to be different means… to have different assets!