At the festival ’Bravo!’ The play ’The Dowry’ is invited without discussion automatic translate
KAMENSK-URAL. Immediately after the premiere of the play «The Bride», staged at the theater «Drama Number Three» by young Moscow artists, representatives of the Sverdlovsk Union of Theater Workers announced that the theater would participate in the Bravo theater festival. This is a very rare case, when after viewing the production, such a unanimous decision appears. Usually such an invitation appears after long discussions.
It is always a challenge for the theater to stage a play known to the audience, but it is even more complicated if it has been successfully screened, because the public already has precise ideas about each of the characters. The Moscow director Artemiy Nikolaev, working together with the stage designer Anna Fyodorova (also invited by the theater from the capital) and the theater team, managed to overcome stereotypes, creating their own vision of the play.
Putting the heroes of the play in the world created by the artist Anna Fedorova, existing outside of time, where costumes and objects from different epochs come together, the director saw in many of them characters different from habitual stereotypes. Karandyshev (his role is played by Ivan Shmakov), appears before the viewer not the usual «little man», but a moral sadist, a future domestic tyrant.
Paratov is weak, he wants peace, but at least for a day he wants to become the same - bright and free from all obligations. These two heroes are connected only one thing - none of them is able to cope with the strong, living by the rules created by the rules, Larissa. Her character was brilliantly created on the stage by actress Inga Mathis.
Now the task before the company is the task - in the absence of the director who returned to the capital, to preserve the atmosphere of the extraordinary «Besedriya» created by him.
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