Барабаны в ночи18+
Continuing his work on the legacy of Brecht, who became for him to some extent a landmark writer, Yuri Butusov decided to take one of Bertolt Brecht's least known early plays "Drums in the Night" - the first play of the author, who saw the light of the ramp and drew critics' attention to Brecht -dramaturg. This title rarely appears on the Russian stage, the more interesting should be the interpretation of the director, who continues to develop in his work the topic of a man who rebelled against social injustice.
She is the daughter of the owner of the factory of the shell boxes. She had a fiance, but the groom went to war, and now it is not known if he is alive.
And then another suitor turned up, and the new lover is very fond of the father-manufacturer: a young man gives great hopes, you see, he will make a good career!
And she no longer knows the girl, where to go: whether the former wait, or for a new admirer to get married ...
And as soon as she agreed to the second, how unexpectedly the first lover appeared ...
“ Very interesting production, great acting. We went with my son for 18 years, here is his detailed opinion: The performance “Drums in the Night”, like most modern productions, is distinguished by its brightness and conceptualism. There is also a scrapping of 4 walls, but I would not say that it fits perfectly here. positive aspects can be highlighted: excellent musical accompaniment, great actors and dynamism, sometimes the text component, which, apparently, is the merit of Brecht, is still pleasantly surprising. otorya, by the way, can be traced only at the beginning, and in some places an over-modernization of the classical play. In some ways, the performance reminded me of Rammstein’s videos with their textured, exaggerated images, and the appearance of several actors is similar to that of the frontman of the aforementioned musical group (it’s not surprising, because the action takes place in Germany.) The performance is crammed to the brim with all sorts of symbols and references, denial and depreciation, which is a significant feature of modern art. I can’t say anything bad about this interpretation of Brecht’s work, although I have nothing to compare with. Perhaps if I read this play, I would have a different opinion. And so I can summarize one thing: the performance is good, and if you like modern productions, it is definitely worth going to it. "
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