Pushkarev a lane, 21. The scene on Sretenke Theater. Mayakovsky. Here after a short summer break and touring adventure team came together and journalists to discuss the creative plans of theatre for a new one, the 94th season. Not all of the expected artists came — there was no Igor Kostolevsky, neither of Svetlana Nemolyaeva, nor Evgenia Simonova. The absence of the latter, commented the Director of theatre Leonid Asarin: “gaining strength after the shock of the tour and three performances in a row in tel Aviv”. With details — the correspondent “MK”.
Begin with congratulations. Director Leonid Asarin along with the theater’s artistic Director Mindaugas Karbauskis handed bouquets to all born in the summer, and also to those artists who have the current season of jubilee. A lot of them 35 years of working in the theatre celebrate Yuri Korenev, Yuri Sokolov, Alexander About the Love Rudenko; 40 — Eugene Simonov, 45 — Tatyana Rogozin. Champions Maya Polyanskaya (55) and Galina Anisimova, marking the 65th season of work in the Mayakovsky theatre.
Congratulating the birthday girl and all anniversaries, the Director began to voice plans. A lot of them, but this season the focus — not the main stage, and the Scene on Sretenke. There are scheduled several premieres. The first (5, 6 November) will be staging Leonid Heifetz “All my sons” by Arthur Miller — this is the second play by American author, previous, “Price” 2012 is going in the repertoire.
Will premiere on the main stage. Scheduled for April the premiere of “Mad money” Suljeva Anatoly Ostrovsky’s play. One of the main roles in the premiere, “Mad money” will be performed by Svetlana Nemolyaeva, which in April 2017 will celebrate its 80th anniversary.
Also in ‘ 94 the planned season premiere of “Folly” by Ostrovsky directed by Yuri Joffe on the Small stage.
In addition, Mindaugas Karbauskis said that since September, the theatre will launch the “Small evening”, which on the Small stage of the Mayakovsky theatre will be held creative meetings and concerts of the theatre.