«Ваш Солженицын». Одинокий человек, стоящий в начале творческого пути. Фрагменты личных писем и произведений писателя с момента, когда он был советским политзаключенным, до присуждения ему Нобелевской премии – в новом спектакле Марины Брусникиной.
These stories of the Great Patriotic War will allow one to look at the past not through the eyes of millions, but through the eyes of individuals - frightened, restless people, in whose lifes one June morning of 1941 did occur.
A production by Marat Gatsalov, speculating about whether we still have enough time to talk to each other, and most importantly – to be heard and understood; whether we can still take a pause and try to feel it – are we really happy?
Director Oleg Dolin invites viewers to relax a little and fool around with the characters of Jean-Baptiste Moliere's buffoonery.
A theatre production after a novel by Fyodor Dostoevsky "The Village of Stepanchikovo and its Inhabitants"
Actors Elena Gorina and Alexander Gorelov have prepared the perfomance, based on children's perception of the Russian auhor. "Dostoevsky is some cute man with a funny last name who wrote some long story", kids day. Is that so?