Marina Krapivina 18+
“Lyudochka” – that’s how seniors who she’s caring about call her. “An unremarkable woman” – says her college student daughter. Lyuda is about 40, she’s a social worker and a single mother. Day in, day out she delivers heavy grocery bags to the retirees, in the evenings she chats in “Odnoklassniki”. She desperately wants to have her life to be happy, while it feels more like an endless time out with no way out.
The director Pyotr Shereshevskiy transformed an ordinary story into the hypnotic “movie” about each of us. The scene becomes both supermarket and labyrinth, and the audience can see the close-up shots online on the big screen. Which is why every gesture and expressions can be caught helping understand characters’ mood as well as their hidden thoughts.
“Time out” is like a rabbit hole, a dream, a myth, a fantasy about a little man in the face of fate.
Director — Petr Shereshevskiy
Set Designer – Aleksandr Mokhov, Mariya Lukka
Lighting Designer – Stas Svistunovich
Composer – Andronik Tikhonov
Assistant Director – Galina Khryachkova
Lyuda — Irina Krivonos
Dasha – Luisa Rusanova
Vitaliy – Oleg Mayboroda
Odintsov (Ódin) / Gennadiy (Ódin) / Lyuda’s father (Ódin) – Denis Ganin
Lidiya Afanasyevna Konopkina (Urd) – Yuriy Drozdov, Aleksandr Drozdov
Vera Andreevna Kuznetsova (Verdandi) – Galina Alekhina
Nonna Mikhaylovna Gukasyan (Skuld) – Yuliya Novikova
Lyashko – Vladislava Frank
Paramonov – Denis Frank
Others – Yuriy Drozdov, Yuliya Novikova
Opening night: 27 March 2021
Running Time: approx. 3 hrs. (inc. an intermission)