How the New Art Theater livesIf our cultural observer Julia Nagornaya did not spend so much time on social networks, then perhaps she would never have known about the existence of the New Art Theater in Moscow. After all, it happened completely by accident. Namely, the theater actor Grigory Anashkin invited Julia to the performance and, as they say, started.
In Moscow, there are places that can be called "Bulgakov": here the writer lived and worked, funny stories happened to him there. But especially the interests of those locations, which placed the author of the heroes of the novel "The Master and Margarita."
In places that played an important role in the life of Mikhail Bulgakov, and in those places that are noted in the novel, the guests of the excursion will be lucky with the retro tram "302-BIS". If you dive into the past, if you dive headlong into the world of the Bulgakov novel, then only on such a tram - stylish, beautiful. Such a tram - like an echo of the past times, missed several decades, which passed unnoticed.
But Moscow, undoubtedly, has changed. What did Bulgakov's contemporaries and the author of the "Master and Margarita" see? ..
And what should we believe today, if everything can be sold or bought?
They all do not understand each other. Or do not want to understand?
Mom is only interested in the affairs of his agency for the sale of luxury real estate, whose business is going very badly.
Father considers mother a failure, and he himself is almost a martyr. He is ready to fight for the truth, but where is she? Everyone is only interested in money.
He prefers to philosophize about the meaning of life. As a musician, he can not find work. He had only to hide in the toilet.
Their daughter is a student, an ex-student, throws an institute. Now she often comes home drunk. But no one cares for her.
In the house unexpectedly comes the grandmother, mother of the father. A few years ago she went to wander the monasteries in search of true faith.
Now she is trying to guide everyone on the right path.
But you can not beat faith in the head with a hammer. Is she really hypocritical?
It would have been better if they had all looked at the girl who was suffering before their eyes. Not far from trouble ...
Is it worth to believe in a miracle?