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Alexander Ostrovsky

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Nearest shows: 31.01, 21.02

Alexander Ostrovsky in his works explores themes that are still relevant today, which is why his plays are still popular after all these years. The conflict between love and money is one of perennial motifs in literature that permeates Ostrovsky’s works. But these themes are especially dramatically expressed in «The Last Sacrifice». There is no sacrifice a woman in love would not make for the one she loves. But is there a man who can truly appreciate such gesture? The actors of the Maly Theatre will showcase the true story of human passions.

Performance Director – Vladimir Dragunov

Scenography – Larisa Lomakina

Composer – Grigoriy Gobernik

Lighting Designer – Damir Ismagilov

Assistant Director – Tatiana Egorova

Premiere – December 18th, 2004

100th performance – February 12th, 2012

Running Time: 3 hours

Suitable for 12+yrs

A comedy in five acts
Stage Version of the Maly Theatre
The performance runs with one intermission

Roles and actors:

Yulia Pavlovna Tugina, a young widow People's Artist of Russia Lyudmila Titova

Frol Fedulych Pribitkov, a very rich merchant Laureate of the State prizes of the Russian Federation, People's Artist of Russia Vasiliy Bochkaryov

Glafira Firsovna, Yulia's aunt Recipient of the State Prize of the Russian Federation Government, People's Artist of Russia Lyudmila Polyakova

Vadim Grigorievich Dulchin, a young man Oleg Dobrovan

Lavr Mironich Pribitkov, Flor Fedulych's nephew Recipient of the Prize of the Russian Federation Government, People's Artist of Russia Alexander Ermakov

Irina Lavrovna, his dauther Ekaterina Bazarova Anastasiya Dubrovskaya

Salay Saltanych People's Artist of Russia Vladimir Safronov

Mikhevna, Yulia's old key keeper Honored Artist of Russia Olga Chuvaeva

Luka Gerasimich Dergachev, a friend of Dulchin Honored Artist of Russia Pyotr Skladchikov

Observer Honored Artist of Russia Vasiliy Dakhnenko Sergey Vidineev

Moscovite, a modest visitor of the club Maksim Khrustalyov Andrey Sergeev

Inogorodniy, a merchant Honored Artist of Russia Sergey Kagakov

Pivokurova, a rich widow Anna Zharova Honored Artist of Russia Nataliya Titaeva

Vasiliy, Frol Fedulych's worker Igor Grigoriev Stanislav Soshnikov

Sergei, a club waiter Grigoriy Skryapkin Pyotr Abramov Vladimir Alekseev

Sakerdon Viktor Andrianov