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Fantasy Musical "Supreme Test" in Cultural Center "Muscovite"
April 13, 2017 10:00

A unique rock opera based on Tales of the Lance cycle and staged by Ruslan Gerasimenko is an impressive musical show, accompanied with sand animation, as well as acrobatic tricks with parkour and tricking elements.
The Supreme Test is the first Russian rock opera based on the plot of the famous fantasy cycle. The Saga of the Spear is a trilogy, which laid the corner stone of the fictional universe DragonLance, described in the series of 190 novels.
Originally the unique musical existed in the format of an audio presentation created by the Russian poet Elena Khanpira and composer Anton Kruglov. One of the key parts in it was performed by Natalia O'Shea, the singer of the popular folk rock band Melnitsa, aka Windmill. In 2015 Ruslan Gerasimenko presented his rock opera version and thus the audio performance turned into a large-scale show with the synthesize of various arts.
The Supreme Test is a love story of the Sorcerer obsessed with the idea of ​​absolute power, and the Light Priestess, who is trying to prevent the ascent of a new god. Sand animation as a genre that gives nearly unlimited possibilities for plot development is a part and parcel of the stage narrative. In addition to that, acrobatic tricks with parkour elements make the stage production even more spectacular.
See details about the project and ticket booking on the show's official website
The Cultural Center "Muscovite" is located at the address: 46/15, Volgogradsky Prospect, near Tekstilshchiki metro station, Moscow.
The musical show will be performed on April 28 and 29, 2017.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Russian Musicals Moscow Theatres    

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