Based on novel “Eugene Onegin”, Alexander Pushkin 18+
How we see “Eugene Onegin” when we read it at school? “One of the most famous and remarkable works of Russian literature”, “an encyclopedia of Russian life”? But what if read it again in the years of 30? We will see an up-to-date story about real people, not clichéd or distant characters.
Onegin is a tired cynic who is bored with life itself. Tatyana is a wild thing because she simply cannot hide her feelings. Olga is a careless girl, beautiful but silly. Lenskiy is a boy with the clear voice, living in a daydream.
These people are here today, among us. And this story is about our generation, love, passion, confusion, despair.
Director — Timofey Kulyabin
Set Designer — Oleg Golovko
Choreographer — Artur Oschepkov
Lighting Designer — Denis Solntsev
Assistant Director — Natalya Yarushkina
Onegin — Pavel Polyakov
Zaretskiy — Georgiy Bolonev / Konstantin Telegin
Lenskiy — Sergey Bogomolov
Olga — Valeriya Kruchinina
Tatyana — Darya Emelyanova
Nanny — Elena Zhdanova / Irina Krivonos
Tatyana’s husband — Ilya Muzyko
Recitation — Igor Belozyorov
Opening night: 22 September 2012
Running Time: appox. 2 hrs. 40 min. (inc.an intermission)
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