"Woe from Wit" with the young actors in the theater presented to them. Moscow City Council Automatic translate
MOSCOW. "Under the roof" of the theater. Moscow City Council (such a name was given in the theater of the Small Stage), the premiere of the well-known public comedy "Woe from Wit." The director of the famous comedy was Alexander Yatsko, a leading theater actor with a solid directorial experience.
According to Alexander Yatsko, “Woe from Wit” is the best play written in Russian, so the director considered it important to present Griboedov’s text to the audience in exact accordance with the author’s creation. Without making any changes to the text. Yatsko read the famous comedy on behalf of a modern young man. Therefore, the play created by Alexander Yatsko contains very young performers.
Usually the role of Chatsky is played by a mature actor. Yatsko invited an artist for this role, whose age corresponds to the age of the main character of the play. The performer of the role of Chatsky in the play staged by Alexander Yatsko was Artyom Yeshkin, a recent graduate of the Moscow Art Theater School.
In the role of Sophia - Alexander Kuzenkina, also a graduate of the Moscow Art School, the head of her course was Konstantin Raikin. The role of Lisa was received by two fellow students of the main character - A. Pronin and Yu. Hlynin. They will play Lisa in turn. In the role of the Moscow gentleman Famusov, viewers saw Valery Yaremenko. He definitely fits the role of this hero by age, and the character in his performance acquired comedic features, became striking.
The performance is accompanied by recordings of jazz improvisations by Evgeny Borts on the theme of waltzes written by Griboedov. And during the staging, the string quartet performs two Griboedov’s waltzes. One of the performers was Alexander Yatsko himself. The director also became the creator of the performance design, and Victoria Sevryukova, a wonderful costume designer, dressed the artists
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