We went to the play with the children, enjoyed the acting, it is difficult to distinguish someone from the cast. Each actor would like to say thanks for the excellent stage play: Dmitry Dyuzhev, Yana Gladkikh, Ksenia Lavrova-Glinka, Natalia Egorova, Nina Gulyaeva, Dmitry Nazarov, Vladimir Timofeev, Pavel Levkin, Eduard Chekmazov, Elena Lemeshko, Alena Khovanskaya, Dmitry. A low bow to the director, Marina Brusnikina, for an interesting interpretation of the novel. The guys watched the whole performance in one breath. Who was not, go for sure!
I am very grateful to M. Brusnikina and her entire team for all Reading Circles. And the last one, devoted to Christmas and New Year, made me think: is this format of the performance better than the traditional theater. Which, by the way, I really like? Firstly, freedom, both in form and expression, and secondly, it seems to me that all the participants received great pleasure from their speeches and from the speeches of their comrades. This pleasure just pours into the auditorium, and you bathe in these emotions. And here not only joy or irony, but sadness, sadness, but still ... ho-ro-sho! And as they sing, a separate bow to Alena Khovanskaya both for the musical guide, and for her very professionally-sincere reading of Petrushevskaya (I still let a tear go), I don’t know who to distinguish from the readers, they are very different, but, probably, first of all I bow to Yulia Chebanova: I fell in love with her for a long time for “Masha” by F. Svarovsky, and yesterday she proto-stomously read the “Gulya” by Ulitskaya, easily, ironically, and with true love. Thank. I also remembered another Yulia yesterday - Kovaleva, a similar manner of reading for two Yulia - catchy, wide, akin to the heroines they read about. there was an unexpected pair of A. Krasnenkov and N. Zharycheva. They were modest, discreet-looking, and they famously read it. Wonderful. Yes, everyone is good. May I have a small remark ?? I understand everything, my native theater, but it seems to me that one should not mix the heat of a children's matinee and an adult evening. But, of course, the New Year, and all right. All bow, and many thanks.
This performance is difficult to call a performance, rather it is a number for a circus. Flexibility, acrobatics, the movement of actors - it's all great, but the theater is not built on tricks .... Staging at the Moscow Art Theater. A.P. Chekhov, and even on the main stage - this is sad. For me, re-disappointment in this theater. So many strong performances staged at the Moscow Art Theater. A.P. Chekhov for the soul, thoughts, moods ... This theater was part of my personal top three best theaters in Moscow, and when you don’t know where to go, but you really want to, you could always answer: "go to the Chekhov Moscow Art Theater, because everything is on the level"! !! Now, alas, I will not say that. The feeling during the performance was that you observe mentally unhealthy people. Show Anna, who constantly says some sort of nonsense, plus jokes of a primitive nature, but the audience laughs ... as the saying goes: "people havaet". But why take the greatest work of L. Tolstoy as a basis and cover it so much ?! It was possible to make the production without relying on such a great work, but then, perhaps, there was no such a full house and rush with tickets. Still, theater is a spiritual one. When you go and enjoy the games of the actors, the plot, the dialogues, the scenery, when there is the integrity of the performance, when leaving you mentally return to some fragments that catch you, have something to share, talk, think ... Unfortunately, the play "Serozha "- not about that. Age qualification 12+ ?! Are you seriously?! Well this is how much it is necessary not to love children, and just kill the interest in the great classic works. It's nice that people are very educated towards the actors and waiting for intermission to escape) but there are some people who perfectly close their eyes and see their dreams, and the performance is just a background element ... but when you ask these neighbors to let you out, do you hear how much you haven’t brought up ... For me it’s better to get up and leave - this is more honest than being in an atmosphere that depresses you, and not only that finances are spent, which is a pity .... waste time, not getting pleasure, it's a hundred times a pity.
Brilliant performance! What kind of Molochnikov fellow, that conceived and carried out such an important and necessary performance. War, mud, pain, horrors, broken destinies are shown through the prism of a cabaret. The performance leads the entertainer in red - cynical, witty, mocking, cocky, provocative and ruthlessly accurate (bravely to Artem Volobuev, his talent also fell in love with him). In the war, simple guys, yesterday, lifeless houses in the circle of relatives and friends, and today forced to take up arms and go to war, although no one wants to. There are no friends here, but there are no enemies either - a merciless and ruthless war is dragging everyone against the will into the wheel and grinding them. Someone from the war will not return, and those who return will repeat as a mantra that we all need peace, peace, peace. How scary, how much. I cried at the end and decided that I would definitely come back when I survived my impressions. Bravo talented troupe of the Moscow Art Theater!
After the grandiose hours-long performances of Bogomolov in the Moscow Art Theater (The Ideal Husband, the Karamazovs, Musketeers), it was very unusual and strange for the first half hour of the performance. A radically opposite format and direction, Bogomolov bravo for the ability to change and work in different keys with apparent ease. I really liked the performance; light, ironic, funny, balancing on the verge, but never turning into vulgarity, with a funny twist at the end. In the best traditions of Woody Allen. Thanks to the director and all the wonderful actors for the pleasure.
Wonderful performance! Dark, cinematic, at times cumbersome and unhurried, but very strong in emotions and impressions. Perhaps not everyone will like it, especially those who want faster action or who are not ready to join in and empathize with the heroes in a play that is not quite close to Russian. The brilliant acting four - Zudin, Pegova, Porechenkov and Trukhin, each at the height of his role, each of their heroes has his own truth and his demons, empathize and disgust everyone at the same time. But the play has a place of love and humor, despite the unfolding tragedy. Long been impressed. Thanks to all the actors for the magic on stage and a keen desire to pick up Blanche to save. Be sure to come again!
Wonderful! I suggest arranging thematic evenings: Poetry, Prose (lyrical, political, fantastic and so on.) + Background slideshow for visual assessment + musical numbers. For the last event (poetry night) I remember the musical sketch “Russian road” - the most vivid impression of the evening. Reason to think ...