We would like to share with you an episode of a TV program The Fate of the Man, hosted by Boris Korchevnikov with People's Artist of Russia Boris Kluyev.
We are happy to announce that the Ostrovsky festival will return for the XIII edition in May-June 2020.
The deadline for applications is February 1, 2019.
Selection is made in accordance with the Regulations of the festival.
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On November 25 (Monday) we invite you to join the live stream of the evening in memory of the People's Artist of the USSR Viktor Ivanovich Korshunov Perezhitoe (Bygones). This day numerous students and colleagues of Korshunov will gather in the New Shchepkinskoe foyer of the Maly Theatre to honour the memory of the artist. We invite you to join the live broadcast on Kultura.rf website and on our website (follow the updates).
The event shall start at 17:00.
On November 16 the citizens of Kogalym witnessed a unique event that took place in our new branch. A film version of Uncle Vanya by Anton Chekhov, a production staged by Sergey Solovyov in the Maly Theatre in 1995, was screened as part of the Golden Ribbon Film Festival. This amazing performance was filled with a unique atmosphere and a unique cast: Yuri Solomin and Eduard Martsevich (Voynitsky), Vitaliy Solomin (Astrov), Yuri Kayurov and Valeriy Babyatinsky (Serebryakov), Svetlana Amanova (Elena Andreevna), Tatiana Eremeeva and Irina Likso (Voynitskaya), Viktor Bortsov and Vladimir Nosik (Telegin), Elizaveta Solodova and Olga Chuvaeva (Marina), Tatiana Drubich, Tatiana Skiba and Inessa Rakhvalova (Sonya).
On November 16, Svetlana Amanova, People's Artist of Russia, presented the film version of the production to the citizens of Kogalym - she talked about the process of staging Uncle Vanya and working with her partners.
The representatives from Moscow's Maly Theatre gave a tour around the theatre's branch in Kogalym and talked about the symbolic connection between the Time of Troubles and the era of the dashing nineties. As a bonus, the residents and guests of Kogalym could see the screening of the Time of Troubles that on the historical stage. Nikita Rogozin reports.
We are happy to announce that the first read-through of Barbarians by Maxim Gorky was held on November 1. The performance will be staged by Vladimir Beylis and the premiere is scheduled for spring 2020. This complex yet beautiful play, populated by bright and interesting characters, was staged in the Maly only once - in 1940 by Konstantin Zubov and Ilya Sudakov.
We would like to share with you today a short video from the first rehearsal.
The TV version of the play Time of Troubles. 1609-1611 based on the novel by the Minister of Culture of Russia Vladimir Medinsky. premiered in Moscow. Watch a fragment of the program "Good morning" on Channel One of November 5, 2019.
If you are already planning New Year holidays, hurry up to get your tickets. The playbill for December and January is already on our website.
From December 30 to January 8, children's performances will run with interludes. Before the show and during the intermission on the Historical Stage, you will meet your favorite heroes from Pushkin's tales, and the Ordynka stage will become a place where the secrets of the magical world of the theatre will be revealed to young spectators.
Starting from December 7, the Sumbatov-Yuzhin's Memorial Apartment will open its doors for the Adventures of New Year's Toys, the absolute New Year's blockbuster.
IMPORTANT! Please be careful when buying tickets from unofficial sources - we recommend that you buy tickets on the official website of the Maly Theatre www.maly.ru!
We are happy to share with you a segment of the TV show "Good Morning" that aired on Channel One, dedicated to our anniversary.
The Maly Theatre just got back from a tour in Rostov-on-Don, where we presented Marriage by Nikolai Gogol. Karina Sakhanenko and Grigorшy Skryapkin visited the radio studio of "FM on the Don" and talked about calling, idols and fans. Radio host - Natalya Tarasova.
The Presidium of the Russian Academy of Arts, headed by Zurab Tsereteli, awarded the artistic director of the Maly Theatre Yuri Solomin with a gold medal "for the multifaceted artistic and stage life, active creative and social activities and the consolidation of the Maly Theatre's School.
We would like to congratulate Yuri Mefodievich on this wonderful moment of success and wish him good health and many more years of service to Russian theatre art!
We would like to share with you an episode of a TV show Starring... hosted by Yulian Makarov with the artist of the Maly Theatre Igor Petrenko.
On September 27 on the stage of the theatre's branch in Kogalym Sergey Efremov in Ostrovsky's Wolves and Sheep in the role of Klavdiy Goretsky. Congratulations to Sergey and wishing him all the best in his future endeavours!
On October 11 the VI All-Russian Theatre Festival of “Russian Comedy” that took place on the stage of the Rostov Academic Drama Theatre named Maxim Gorky came to an end.
As part of the festival, the Maly Theatre showcased Nikolai Gogol's comedy Marriage, directed by People's Artist of the USSR Yuri Solomin starring People’s artists of Russia Irina Muravyova, Lyudmila Polyakova, Valeriy Afanasyev, Vladimir Dubrovskiy, Alexander Ermakov, Alexander Vershinin, actors Karina Sakhanenko, Grigoriy Skryapkin, Alexander Naumov, Ignatiy Kuznetsov and Nataliya Khrustalyova. The production designer is Honored Worker of Culture of Russia Alexander Glazunov.
The performance was awarded with diplomas “For the best directing”, “For the best work of the designer” and “For the best acting ensemble”.
On October 14 Honored Artist of Russia Tatiyana Skiba is celebrating her anniversary. Congratulations to Tatiyana Vasilyevna. We would like to wish her joy, health, happiness and new creative success!
Dear Tatiyana Vasilievna!
Please accept our warmest and most sincere congratulations on the day of your anniversary!
We know and love you as a talented actress. Over the years of work in the theatre and cinema, you have created a number of memorable characters that have won over the audience.
We sincerely wish you good health, creative energy, inspiration and good luck in all your undertakings!
We would like to wish happiness and prosperity to you and your loved ones!
The doors of our house are always open for you!
Igor Zolotovitsky, Director of Yablochkina’s Central Actor’s House
Unfortunately, due to unforeseen circumstances,on October 23 Enough Stupidity in Every Wise Man will be replaced by The Blizzard. We apologize for any inconvenience caused.
For the tickets purchased online, you have to send an e-mail: email@example.com, specifying the ticket # before the date of the performance.
These days the VI-th edition of the All-Russian Theatre Festival of Russian Comedy is taking place in Rostov. The playbill includes 17 performances from 13 Russian cities. The Maly Theatre is presenting Gogol's Marriage. Details in the coverage by DON-TR and DON-24.ru
In November the Maly Theatre will be travelling to the capital of Azerbaijan, Baku to perform on the stage of the Azerbaijan State Russian Samed Vurgun Drama Theatre.
The tour program:
November 16 and 17 - Marriage by Nikolai Gogol, directed by People's Artist of the USSR, Laureate of State Prizes of Russia, Artistic Director of the Maly Theatre Yuri Solomin and starring People’s artists of Russia Irina Muravyova, Lyudmila Polyakova, Valeriy Afanasyev, Alexander Vershinin, Alexander Ermakov, artists Karina Sakhanenko and Grigoriy Skryapkin.
The shows will be held within the framework of the program "Big Tours. Foreign Program" of the Federal Center for Support of Touring Activities of the Ministry of Culture of Russia and with the support of the Ministry of Culture of Azerbaijan.
The actors of the Maly Theate continue to delight the residents and guests of Kogalym with new performances. Wedding!Wedding!Wedding based on Anton Chekhov's plays created quite a buzz. Nikita Rogozin managed to visit the backstage of the Maly Theatre.