Pranks of aristocrats on the stage of the theater Bulgakov HouseBigBilet TV right from the scene! We watch from behind the scenes, as the second birth of the play takes place on the motives of Woodhouse. Is it necessary to adapt the English humor to the domestic audience, is it worth trying on the skin of an aristocrat? This and not only Yulia Nagornaya was told by the performers of the main roles Daniil Spivakovsky and Denis Rozhkov.
Anatoly Rudenko for BigBilet TVThe evolution of the theater from virtual reality to elite art, the miraculous power of serials and the rapid development of entreprise in Russia - and that's not all, as we talked with the talented theater and film actor Anatoly Rudenko. You can not resist his charm, see for yourself on BigBilet TV
BigBilet TV at the premiere of "You are my sun"The lyric comedy "You are My Sunny" based on the story by Alexander Fain on the stage was directed by Pavel Ursul. At the heart of the plot is the age-old question: "What is more important: reason or feeling?". We tried to reveal the veil of secrecy in conversation with the author - playwright Alexander Fain. Asked leading questions to the director Paul Ursula, but the intrigue remained unresolved. But we managed to find out all about the characters of the main characters, whose roles are played by Sergei Belogolovtsev and Oleg Chernov. Held in the life of Nicholas falls in love with a young beauty Natalia. Their feelings are mutual, but because of the age difference prospects for their relationship are illusory and vague. What will happen to them in 10-15 years? How to find the right solution, and are there recipes and ready-made answers when Her Majesty Love enters into force?
Actor Sergei Koleshnya on the premiere of the film "Mishura" for BigBilet TVSoon on the big screen will show a sparkling full-length comedy in the style of the disco "Mishura", directed by Lilia Trofimova. In the meantime, we have a guest star, actor Sergei Koleshnya. Let's talk not only about the plot of the film, where, by the way, the main character in the desire to earn ready for everything, including pretend to be a woman. In any, even the funniest comedy is always hidden a deep message, and "Mishura" is no exception. We are looking forward to renting in theaters!