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Mikhail Bulgakov's mystical fantasies have perfectly taken root on the Moscow stage, keeping the satirical hints, philosophical thoughts, and the lyricism of the title characters.


A magical story of true love, kindness and true beauty after the book by Sergei Aksakov will be performed as a spectacular high-tech ice show in Moscow from November 6 to 10.


The legendary Imperial Theaters are the Russian theaters that were under the direct remit and aegis of the imperial court. The "Big Three" of Imperial Saint Petersburg Theaters Mariinsky, Mikhailovsky and Alexandrinsky - are known all over the world.


The legendary Alexandrinsky Theater in Saint Petersburg is one of the oldest and most highly valued theaters in the world today.


Mikhailovsky Theater is one of the oldest theaters in St. Petersburg and one of the three Imperial Theaters along with Mariinsky and Alexandrinsky. Today it is getting a new lease on life and having a worldwide repute for its stage productions.


Operetta Park, a unique open-air festival will be held in Gatchina Park in early August. Two operetta performances and a gala concert with European theater stars will take place during three festival days.


June 22 and 23, 2019, will see the first ever performance of Svetlana Zakharovas program MODANSE of two one-act ballets: Like Breath and the premiere of Gabrielle Chanel.


Folklore Theater "Russian Song" discovers to the audience the richness and diversity of the Russian folk culture. The performers wear colourful traditional Russian clothes and headgears.


June 15 will see the grand opening ceremony of the Theater Olympics Festival in the Ostrovsky Square, St. Petersburg. This large-scale international festival has existed for 25 years. This year, it is expected to break all the records.


Staying or travelling in Moscow and missing your native language? Want to feel at home again? Here is the list of the best Moscow cinemas where you can watch movies in the original English language free from dubbing.


The Bolshoi Theater of Russia has announced the program for its next, 244th season. The upcoming premieres, concerts, and special projects were told about at the theaters press conference.


22 theaters from Russia, Austria, Germany, China, France and other countries will play on Moscow and Russian regional stages during the 14th Chekhov International Theater Festival from May 14 to July 21, 2019.


Raven people, vintage ballet, the classical Nutcracker, the hypnotic dances of the Mad Hatter, and what not all of that can be seen at the Dance Open ballet festival in the Alexandrinsky Theater.


April 18, 2019, will see a grand ballet show - a dedication to the great dancer and choreographer of the 20th century, Vaslav Nijinsky - in the State Kremlin Palace. Discoveries and premieres for ballet lovers are guaranteed!


At the heart of the ballet libretto is a monument of medieval Arabic literature - a collection of fairy tales and parables, united by the story of Tsar Shahriyar and beautiful Scheherazade.


The famous fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen has been reinterpreted here: you will find new characters and storylines in this innovative ballet for viewers of all ages.


After a quarter of a century, the Russian Ice Ballet is returning to Russia with a new project under the title The Red Snowball Tree. It is an ice dance musical story about the people of this controversial and eternally resurgent country.


This February will see the second playing season of the immersive opera "The Queen of Spades in the antique Moscow mansion of the Goncharovs-Filippovs. Immerse in the world of immortal works by Alexander Pushkin and Pyotr Tchaikovsky.


In the spring of 2019, Moscow and Saint Petersburg will host a magnificent circus show themed on the famous Avatar blockbuster. Toruk. The First Flight will strike all with the incredible power of imagination and tremendous special effects.


The Jewels, staged by George Balanchine for his troupe of the New York City Ballet in 1967, went down in history as the first full-length plotless ballet.


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