Cretan bulls at Fomenko’s stage
There is a premiere at the workshop of Peter Fomenko!
Eugene Kamenkovich staged the earliest play by Mikhail Roshchin, “The Seventh Feat of Hercules.” The play was written in 1963, but for many years it was banned in USSR. Viewers first saw it in 1988. And now is the second production in the history of that text!
Especially for the performance, we developed and manufactured a whole series of sealed figures:
- Bulls made of gold material 1.8 meters long - 12 pcs.
- Gray bull with 100% print 2 meters long
- Red bull with a 100% print 1.8 meters long
From the audience they looked very impressive!