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Performances of World's Leading Theaters at Moscow Cinema
April 20, 2017 09:55

Stage productions of the famous theatres of New York, London and St. Petersburg will be screened in Moscow.
In the last decade of April, the Zvezda cinema will demonstrate screen versions of the performances that enjoy popularity at the world's trendsetting theatres. Among them there is a fresh interpretation of Gedda Gabler staged by the Belgian master Ivo van Hove and  enthusiastically received by the audience of the National Theater of London. As for Michael Longhurst's production Amadeus about the complex relationship of Mozart and Salieri, it is now  the brand identity of the most famous British troupe.
The play Idomeneo about the life of the Cretan king has become a hit of the New York Metropolitan Opera.
Two masterpieces of St. Petersburg theaters will also be screened in Moscow. It is Thunderstorm staged by Andrei Moguchy on the stage of the Big Drama Theatre and a classical interpretation of Vasily Grossman's Life and Destiny by Lev Dodin, the head of the Theater of Europe.
The entrance tickets run from 660 rubles.
Schedule of Film Shows:
    April 20, 7.30 pm - Gedda Gabler staged by Ivo van Hove, National Theater (Great Britain, in English with Russian subtitles);
    April 22, 2.15 pm - Idomeneo, staged by Jean-Pierre Ponnell, Metropolitan Opera (USA, in Italian with Russian subtitles);
    April 23, 2.30 pm - Life and Destiny staged by Lev Dodin, Maly Drama Theater - Theater of Europe (St. Petersburg);
    April 26, 7 pm - Thunderstorm staged by Andrei Moguchy, the Tovstonogov Big Drama Theatre (St. Petersburg);
    April 30, 7 pm - Amadeus staged by Michael Longhurst, the National Theater (Great Britain, in English with Russian subtitles).
The Zvezda Cinema is located at the address of 18/22, Zemlyanoi Val Street, next to Kurskaya and Chkalovskaya metro stations, Moscow.


Author: Vera Ivanova

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