According to the play of Mikhail Bulgakov.
Mikhail Bulgakov's famous play is one of the most outstanding works of the author, from the very first reading, it caused an ambiguous reaction: like unexpected hot praises, for example, Maxim Gorky, and desperate, angry criticism. Bright, emotional, temperamental characters of the turning-point of the civil war are placed by Bulgakov in the phantasmagoric atmosphere of a half-asleep, in which the tragic side adjoins the ironic grotesque and draws all its power directly to the heart of the viewer. He will first have to prepare feelings, respond with his heart, respond to the cry. It seems that this play is written in the blood of the author's soul. Because it is so bright in it - feelings of loss, ringing pain, the living feelings of the suffering person against the background of the catastrophe.
Immortality is a quiet light breg ...
Our path is his aspiration.
Rest, who finished his run ...
Three lines from the poem Zhukovsky Bulgakov made an epigraph to the play "Running." Scenography, invented together with the artist Oleg Evgenievich Skadar, like the fourth poetic line - the same shore under heaven ... It seems that this is the peninsula of Crimea, and Constantinople, and the back streets of Paris. And above them - Heaven. Living heavens, eight dreams - eight heavens. And it is under them that the heroes of the play fight, love, suffer, save themselves and survive. Lose and regain themselves and the Fatherland. Earthly and Heavenly.
Directed by Maria Fedosova. Artist Oleg Skudar. Costume designer Alexandra Bork. In the play are busy: zasl. Art. Russia M. Basov, hon. Art. Russia M. Lebedev, hon. Art. Russia D. Perov, A. Alyoshkin, I. Alyoshkina, P. Afonkin, D. Belotserkovsky, B. Bovaldinov, A. Vasiliev, A. Elizavetzky, A. Emtsov, V. Zaviktorin, A. Zaryadin, S. Kabeshev, I Ivanov, I. Klabukova, M. Mitrofanova, D. Mikhailichenko, A. Mokhova, O. Nikanorova, E. Obolenskaya, E. Osokin, Y. Ostrovskaya, A. Plantaitis, S. Plantaityte, V. Raikova, M. Ryabkova , R. Serkov, D. Sivova, D. Trusov, A. Finaev-Nikolotov, A. Sharafetdin, V. Shashkova, E. Yakovlev.
The past life broke, history turned around, and all who lost their comfort, there was only one thing: to flee. Associate Professor of the Department of Philosophy, the wife of a once important and influential person, Archbishop, officers - here all were equal. Their destinies are stirred up by the events of the beginning of the twentieth century. They are exiles, fleeing from their past to meet the future. What will be the alarming tomorrow - hopeful or gloomy-threatening?
The large-scale run was described in his bold play by M. Bulgakov, and the director Maria Fedosova embodied it in scenes-dreams. Does the heroes dream of what is happening? Or is it all in real life?