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According to an hour-glass

According to an hour-glass

On June 6 and 7, Moscow hosted the premiere of “The Tightrope” by Simon Brook. The film captures Peter Brook’s trainings for actors. The film director arrived to Moscow personally to introduce his film and at length and wittily answered questions from the audience. More

Doc Goes Homeless

Doc Goes Homeless

A unique Moscow Theatre.doc (Театр.doc), where plays based exclusively on documentaries are staged, has been deprived of the premises More

To Study, Go To Sochi

The third International Workshop of Performing Arts Educators, presided by Professor and an acclaimed collector of theatrical practices Yuri Alshits (Germany) More

Educators Under One Cover

Educators Under One Cover

Theatre Research (Theatre Critics) Department of St. Petersburg State Theatre Arts Academy has celebrated its 75th anniversary More

A Hero Of Our Time To Be Performed At The Bolshoi

A Hero Of Our Time To Be Performed At The Bolshoi

A Hero of our Time ballet choreographed by Yuri Posokhov (director – Kirill Serebrennikov, composer – Ilya Demutskiy) is now being prepared for release More

Voronezh Has Its Own “Big Break” Now

Voronezh Has Its Own “Big Break” Now

The Children’s International Festival “Big Break”, that takes place during autumn school break, has expanded the area of its presence More

Bergman Is Staged at the BDT

Bergman Is Staged at the BDT

The Tovstonogov Bolshoi Drama Theatre has premiered a production, based on the film From the Life of the Marionettes, written and directed by Ingmar Bergman, adapted by Polish stage director Andzhey Buben. More

Bakhrushin Theatre Museum Celebrates an Anniversary

This season State Central Theatre Museum named after A.A. Bakhrushin celebrates its 120th anniversary. More

Yury Lyubimov, for whom History was a Home

Yury Lyubimov, for whom History was a Home

The death of Yury Lyubimov in Moscow on Sunday morning, October 5, 2014, at the age of 97, puts “paid” to an enormous number of accounts in Russian theater history. Forget “theater” history - in Russian history, plain and simple.

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"Boris Godunov" – a Trend of the Season

"What is good for a Russian, is death for a German," says the proverb. And yet both a Russian and a German decided to stage "Boris Godunov" – the 2014/2015 season in Moscow will see two interpretations at once of Pushkin's drama. Peter Stein is beginning work on his production at the Et Cetera theatre, and the part of Boris Godunov has been offered to Alexander Kalyagin (the premiere is set for January 16). By Mr. Stein's own admission, he always longed to return to Russia.

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