Russian Nights Theatre and School

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The Wandering Voice

 

Compozitor Publishing House • Saint-Petersburg

 

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Poems

 

(1 act, in Russian)

The opening night of Poems took place on 27 December 1999, again at the Dostoyevsky Memorial Museum. The performance is made up of 35 poems – from widely read works such as A Feast During the Plague by Alexander Pushkin, poems by Marina Tsvetayeva, Vladimir Mayakovsky and Iosif Brodsky to the lesser known Prayer by Nikolai Gogol, poems by Vladimir Markov and Lev Timofeyev. On December 2001 at the St. Petersburg Multi-Regional Festival “Rozhdestvensky Parad” (Christmas Parade), held by the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation and The Theatrical Union of St. Petersburg, Poems was acclaimed the best performance and awarded a grant from the Committee of Culture of the St. Petersburg Administration.

Poems

In May 2002 the performance was staged in London, Oxford and Cambridge as part of the Russian Nights. festival of Russian culture in the United Kingdom. Following the success of its UK tour, the BBC Russian Service broadcasted a performance of Poems to audiences worldwide.

 

 

Poems

 

The performance was created by the following people:

 

Actors

 

Valentina Beletskaya

 

Alexander Markov

 

Stage Design

 

Mart Kitayev

 

Lighting

 

Arkady Gorelik

 

Costumes

 

Tatyana Koshits

 

Assistants to the Director

 

IlyaPankratov

 

Maxim Tararin

 

Stage Technigue

 

Grigory Kondratov

 

Director

 

Alexander Markov

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Duration of performance – 1 hour 20 minutes

The performance was staged in Cambrigde, London, Oxford, St.Petersburg.

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