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Donald Harold G. Bisset (1910-1955) was a famous English writer, actor, creator of TV shows, author of cartoon scripts. He was a legendary English writer, who created more than forty books for children. Written in the style of nonsense, the fairy tales flickered with all sorts of oddities and surprises, causing the readers to laugh and wonder, because the ingenious author portrays the ordinary world in a frivolous, "upside-down" way. His short and strange tales were reborn in the first productions of Keistuolių theatre performances for children - "Next Time" and "Upside Down". Everyone is already familiar with the snail Olaiva, the piglet who wanted to fly, the raven Albertina, the angry uncle, the grasshopper Sandy and many other characters, but there are still a lot of weird fairy tale residents who want to make friends with children. So, geese William, ant Marta will share their strange stories and adventures, cow Taškė will perform a song of her own making while a beetle and bulldozer named Bačas will show off his endurance.
With a team of young actors, the director will try to transform the unexpected Bisset's fairy tales into an unforgettable musical journey that will be open to both children and adults. After all, we all sometimes miss miracles or songs, we all hide from strange fears or look for new friends. That is what goose Willie also wondered about: "How amazing would it if someone told tell me "Beep Beep!" The pigeons cooed, the ducks quaked, and the crows clucked from the top of the trees. But no one, absolutely no one said to him: "Beep Beep."