Today, the Nizhnevartovsk Drama Theater celebrates its anniversary: for the fifth time the International Theater Festival of small-form plays “Northern Meetings” will take place. This year the program promises multicolored and sparkling, like festive fireworks. Russian collectives will share the stage with long-awaited guests from abroad: Azerbaijan, the USA, Buryatia, Italy and Lithuania. The hospitable host theater in turn will present the comedy-joke “Plant a tree” by Alexei Zhitkovsky staged by Margarita Zaychikova.
Daily discussions of the performances by experts from Hanover, Moscow, St. Petersburg and Tyumen will be held in the foyer — there is also a huge bed with colored bedspreads, so that guests and participants, tired of the long road, could rest a bit.
Such a caring and cozy festival awaits viewers from October 26 to 29!
More recently, resourceful Silva and conscientious Busygin tried to register in the Sarafan house in the walls of the Khakass Puppet Theater “Fairy Tale”, which we also congratulated on the premiere. But now a fast night train has already brought friends to a new stage — the Irkutsk Youth Theater.
The work of Alexander Vampilov, whose name the theater wears, has been constantly researched and interpreted here for many years. It is not surprising that Victor Tokarev chose the work he had already repeatedly addressed to the 80th anniversary of the playwright, a landmark for this land. The focus of the new production, which initially hints its name, is the Sarafanov family, led by the touching, lonely, immensely loving of their children, Andrei Grigorievich. The melancholy of the unrealized creator, sounded in the play by the many-voiced choir, brings out a tragic intonation in the lyrical and comic story.
Find out what will be the consolation of the suffering heart of the musician, you can 25, 26, 27 at 18.00
The continuous alternation of white and black keys determines the life of the heroes of Ketil Bjornstad’s novel The Pianists. Major harmony is often invaded by minor intonations, and disturbing vibrations of trills can be resolved into a triumphal chord.
The heavy workday of a young pianist — painful rehearsals, doubts, the collapse of ambitions, survival in an atmosphere of competition — sometimes lead to the eternal question of “to be or not to be.” And then the musical camp becomes a battlefield with itself.
For the production at the Globus Youth Theater, the St. Petersburg director Boris Pavlovich turned to the work of a contemporary Norwegian writer and composer to talk about finding a man his way and asserting himself on it.
The story of a young musician, told without a single piano sound, can be heard on October 12 and 13 at 6.30 pm on the small stage of the Globus Theater.
Congratulations on the premiere!
The new theatrical season brought the “American Dream” to the Tomsk Drama Theater.
In the play “The Imagic of Mr. O. Henry” director Andrei Cherpin brought to the stage the great master of short novels and his funny, impudent, touching characters. The stories of the American classic are played out in moving scenery and replace each other, forming a multi-colored collage of tricks, musical numbers, video projections. Yes, there, the genre of “illusion” speaks for itself!
The premiere took place on 1 October.