Героическая комедия Эдмронда Ростана.
В ролях : Сергей Безруков, Елизавета Боярская и другие (22 артиста)
Четверг, 19 мая, 2011
Государственный Академический Театр имени Моссовета
Спектакль Андрея Кончаловского
По пьесе А.П. Чехова Дядя Ваня
сцены из деревенской жизни в 2-х действиях
В ролях: Александр Филиппенко, Александр Домогаров, Павел Деревяненко, Юлия Высоцкая, Наталия Вдовина, Ирина Картышева, Лариса Кузнецова, Александр Бобровский, Ольга Сухарева
The Cherry Orchard
By Anton Chekhov
Directed by Michael Menendian
May 31-July 23, 2011
Previews: May 31 through June 4 at 8:00 p.m.
Opening Night: Sunday, June 5 at 7:00 p.m.
Performances continue through July 23, Thursday-Saturday at 8pm and Sundays at 3pm
“It is 1904 and the Ranevsky family’s funds are running low, largely due to the spendthrift ways of the family matriarch. In this sensual and genteel comedy the family faces financial ruin unless strong measures are taken to save the estate. Will they heed the advice of a local merchant or will they be condemned by their own aristocratic manners?”
Tickets $20-$40: https://www.ticketturtle.com/index.php?actions=10&p=1
adapted and directed by Vladimir Shcherban
produced by Nikolai Khalezin and Natalia Koliada
presented by Goodman Theatre in association with Northwestern University,
League of Chicago Theatres and Chicago Shakespeare Theater
All tickets are $20
Performed in Belarusian and Russian with projected English translation.
Audience Notice: This production of includes scenes which contain brief nudity and depictions of violence.
“Truly passionate, truly political theater (that) isn’t just admirable, it has virtues beyond its relevance and bravery.” –The New York Times
“This is world-class theatre, built on the guts of raw experience.”
–Daily Telegraph (UK)
A two-year, five-semester professional training program that includes a three-month residency at the Moscow Art Theater School in Russia.
Scott Zigler, Director
Julia Smeliansky, Administrative Director
This is not just a story about different people who found themselves in the harsh reality of the Soviet Army. This is not just another tale about “grandfathers” and “newbies.” This is not just a play about random people. This is a story about ‘us’, and it is familiar to us all. It is an unforgettable war of worlds, a battle between what is right and what is in your best interests. It is winning and being beaten, not out on the battlefield, but inside oneself. It is a story about the fate of several completely different people, who happened to be in the same place at the same time.
Tickets are from $15. You can purchase tickets by calling at 847.644.4262 or here.