The Maly Theater Will Host The Premiere Of The Play "A Month In The Country"

The Maly Theater Will Host The Premiere Of The Play "A Month In The Country"
The Maly Theater Will Host The Premiere Of The Play "A Month In The Country"

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Video: Marina Romakina played Natalya Petrovna in the play A Month in the Country 2023, February
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MOSCOW, February 13. / TASS /. The premiere of the play "A Month in the Country" based on the play by Ivan Turgenev will take place at the Maly Theater on Saturday. The production will be the first directorial work of the actor Gleb Podgorodinsky, the press service of the theater reported.

"This is a story of love and passion in Turgenev's watercolor tones about how easy it is to destroy the delicate balance, how difficult it is to put everything together and bring it back, having done unpleasant acts, being embraced by passion, the desire to take possession of the subject of one's interest," they say in the theater.

According to the director, when he was looking for a play to be staged, he kept returning to the works of Turgenev. "And I soon realized that" A Month in the Country "did not let me go, the experiences of the heroes are very close to me. Our heroine Natalya Petrovna was carried away by passion, the result of this passion is the misfortune of many people - her husband, Rakitin, Vera. But, despite the complexity of her character, I empathize with her, "the press service quotes Podgorodinsky.

The performance includes actors Polina Dolinskaya (Natalya Petrovna), Daria Shevchuk (Vera), Maxim Filatov (Belyaev), People's Artist of Russia Alena Okhlupina (Islaeva) and others. The production designer was the People's Artist of Russia Maria Rybasova.

The play "A Month in the Country" was staged for the first time at the Maly Theater in 1872. Then in 1881 the play became a benefit performance of Glyceria Fedotova. It was staged for the last time in 1900 at the benefit performance of Maria Ermolova. The current production will be the fourth.

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