Splash, murmur, slush. A flash of falling soap bubble bursting when someone wants to catch it.
The slightest stimulus affects what will happen next. The sound, smell and colour determine the course of the spectacle with an unobvious form. The perception of several-month-old children imposes a different way of communicating with the audience, which is defined by the senses.
Paweł Łysak, as the first director in professional theatre in Poland prepared a play for the very youngest audience. Based on a Persian story, he created a unique staging that takes the youngest to the world of the theatre - intense, dynamic and involving them as rightful viewers.