Directed by: Aleksandar Ivanovski
Author: Rusomir Bogdanovski
Based on the libretto by V. A. Mozart, “The Magic Flute”, the auhor Rusomir Bogdanovski, managed to write an exquisite play for children. It contains all of the elements of a classic fairytale, the archaic battle between good and evil, and love being stronger than all the evil spells ever conjured.
There is an obstacle on the road to lover’s bliss for Pamina and Tamino, the hatred and envy of the evil wizard, who turns everything that is in his way into stone.
Tamino, the clumsy prince, portrayed comically by Dragan Dovlev , goes on a quest to save the beautiful princess Pamina, played flawlessly by Ana Levajkovikj- Boshkov. She has been captured by the evil Wizard. An also quite relevant aspect of the storyline is Papageno, skillfully executed by Predrag Pavlovski, who aids Tamino on his journey.
If you’re anxious to see what comes next, and will Tamino and Pamina get their chance for true love, come se “The Magic Flute”
alternation Miki Anchevski