On October 26 Woe From Wit will be replaced by Nikolai Gogol’s comedy The Gamblers.
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On November 4 the citizens of Kogalym will have a chance to watch Time of Troubles. 1609-1611 on a big screen. The screening is timed to coincide with the Unity Day and will be the next major step in introducing the Siberians to the entire repertoire of the theatre, since this large-scale performance is too big for the Kogalym's stage.
Before the screening, everyone is invited to join an excursion «Time of Troubles on the Maly Theatre's stage».
The screening will start at 12:00, the excursion at 11:15.
There are two different types of people: some of them are destined to be simple-minded and as harmless as sheep, others are bold and ferocious like wolves. Why so? The actors in Wolves and Sheep try to answer this philosophical question. A new theatre season in Kogalym started with one of the best Ostrovksy's plays. About three hundred people came to see this production. Some of them traveled hundreds of kilometers to see the intrigues of the landowner Murzavetskaya, performed by the People’s Artist of Russia, Lyudmila Polyakova. Coverage by Nikita Rogozin.
On September 28 Kirill Shvartsenberg appeared for the first time in the role in the role of Baron Tuzenbach in Chekhov's Three Sisters. Congratulations to Kirill!
On September 21 one of the students of the Maly Theatre's Children's Studio Stepan Emelyanov had a stage debut in Cinderella in the role of the Page. Congratulations to Stepan!
On September 24 Ekaterina Kazakova appeared on the stage of the Maly Theatre for the very first time in the role of Natasha in Time of Troubles. 1609-1611. Congratulations to Ekaterina on her stage debut and best wishes for her future endeavours.
On September 22, Gogol's The Gamblers has premiered on the stage of the Maly Theatre. Details are in the news coverage
Nikolay Aleksandrovich Annenkov first appeared on the stage in 1917 in an amateur performance. From 1924 until the end of his days he was an actor of the State Academic Maly Theatre. "He was a very strong and surprisingly lyrical artist, quite inquisitive. Eager to learn new," - this is how Alexandra Yablochkina described the actor. Also, Annenkov taught at the Shchepkin Higher Theatre Institute. Among his students were Oleg Dal, Vitaliy Solomin, Viktor Pavlov and others.
The special guests of the documentary are Yuri Solomin, Valeriy Babyatinskiy, Vasily Bochkaryov, Yaroslav Baryshev, Alexander Korshunov, Olga Pashkova.
Documentary film (Russia, 2009). Directed by Olga Larina.
On September 15 Mariya Kriventseva for the very first time appeared on the stage of the Maly Theatre in The Power of Darkness by Leo Tolstoy. Congratulations to Mariya and may success come her way!
As you might remember, part of the Maly Theatre's company is touring with three performances in Kazan. One of the productions that we present on the stage of the Kamal Tatar Academic Theatre is The Rest Is Silence . People’s artist of Russia Lyudmila Polyakova on her role in the performance.
Yesterday, on September 12, we opened the Maly Theatre Through the Ages exhibition at the MEGA Belaya Dacha shopping center. The exhibition repeats the boards that are presented on Strastnoy Boulevard. However, in addition to these exposition stands telling about our productions and the history of the theatre, the exhibition presents costumes from the performances The Seagull by Anton Chekhov, staged by Vladimir Dragunov, Cyrano de Bergerac by Edmond Rostand, staged by Georges Lavaudant, Don Juan by Aleksey Tolstoy, staged by Alexander Klyukvin and Moliere by Mikhail Bulgakov, staged by Vladimir Dragunov.
The exposition is located in the “Culture at Height” exposition space.
The exhibition was opened by Tatyana Krupennikova, Head of the Museum and Information Center of the Maly Theatre, Konstantinos Tsakalis, General Manager of MEGA Belaya Dacha, and Elena Litvinova, Head of the culture and tourism department of the social development department of the Kotelniki city district administration.
In addition, guests were welcomed by artist Igor Petrenko and director of the Maly Theatre Elena Olenina, and honored artists of Russia Tatyana Korotkova and Sergey Veshchev, who presented a piece from the production Re-reading Chekhov.
As part of the cultural exchange, the staff of our Museum Information Center presented the library of the Culture at the Altitude exhibition space with several books published by the Maly Theatre Library, including "Artists of the Maly Theatre" and others.
The actors of the Maly Theatre are all set to go on tour to Kazan. The playbill includes three performance The Rest is Silence, Marriage and It's Not All Shrovetide for the Cat. A few hours before the departure the reporter of Culture channel Anastasia Egorova meets up with the actors.
The actors are excited to go on tour and look forward to meeting with the citizens of Kazan spectators, as the audience is quite different from the one in the capital.
If you remember, these days the Deputy Artistic director of the Maly Theatre Boris Nikolayevich Lyubimov celebrates his work anniversary. And today we would like to share with you the episode of the TV program Stars of the Russian World with Boris Nikolaevich as a guest. The program is hosted by Pyotr Abramov, an artist of the Maly Theatre.
On September 8 Mary Mark appeared on the stage in the role of Tsarevna Xenia in Tsar Boris for the very first time. Congratulations to Mary!
On September 8 Ignatiy Kuznetsov appeared on the stage in the role of doctor in Tsar Boris for the very first time. Congratulations to Ignatiy!
On September 8 Deputy Artistic director of the Maly Theatre Boris Lyubimov is celebrating his 30th work anniversary. Congratulations to Boris Nikolaevich on such a significant milestone. We are extremely proud to have you with us!
On September 5 Ignatiy Kuznetsov appeared for the first time in the role of Prince Narumov in The Queen of Spades by Pushkin. Congratulations to Ignatiy!
The Maly Theatre is now touring in Yaroslavl on the stage of the Volkov Drama Theatre - details are in Vesti-Yaroslavl coverage.
On September 4 Evgeniy Voronov, the graduate of the Shchepkin Theatre School, who recently joined the Maly Theatre's company, made his stage debut in the role of the Banker in Lermontov's The Masquerade. Congratulations to Evgeniy!