This hit play about the golden youth, destroying Soviet ideals, was known and put on throughout the perestroika of the USSR. Our performance is about the modern boundaries of morality and conscience. “Difficult” schoolgirls rushed into their teacher’s apartment for the key to the safe to replace poorly written examination papers. And they heard the inexorable no. They themselves did not expect what they were ready to do for the sake of their "good" goal and what Elena Sergeyevna was ready to do so that they did not break the line.
“We live in a time when Elena Sergeyevna looks, like, quite an anachronism, and these guys won and were right,” says director Vladimir Zhukov. “And the question is: what to do next, what all of this has led us to, and what now?”
Today we are trying to figure out where the modern moral trait is. What is meanness? Who needs nobility? What will happen if you abandon your ideals? From your word? What kind of inflexible people are these, like Elena Sergeyevna, for whom principles are the meaning of life? Idealists, Decembrists, the righteous, guardians of the breed, believers in honor as the highest good ... Perhaps crazy losers?
In our performance, the role of Elena Sergeevna is played by Honored Artist of Russia Natalia Vdovina.
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