Age Limit: 6+
Music by national performer of USSR Fikrat Amirov and based on tale of "1001 night"
Genre: Tale performance for adults
Duration of the performance: I act - 55 minutes
II act – 60 minutes
Stage director: İrada Gozalova
Art dicector: Nabat Samadova
Conductor director: Fahraddin Atayev (Honored Artist)
“The 999th night” tale was performed based on the motifs of “One thousand one nights” for adults; its plot is consist of controversial relationships between Maruf and his “witch wife”. Maruf is a poor shoemaker. Fatima, who serves at the house of wealthy people, yearns for rich life that she sees there and when she is back frustrates her husband and hurt him. Maruf raises his hands and begs to God to rescue from oppression and suddenly falls into the king's palace and understands that rich people have more problems than poor people, money is not everything, and money is not source of happiness. It turns out that happiness…
The director states that life is a complicated game without dividing images into positive or negative sides and in the final of the play the director puts love above than wealthy. It means that the Good and Evil is not existence way of the personages it is presented as line of conduct. This is a very important point for a finale.