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Womanish revolt

Operetta
Musical comedy in three acts by Eugeny Ptichkin ()
Opening night of the performance took place on 20th of March 2011.
The performance is recommended for viewers aged 12 and above
Big stage
26 February 2020, Wednesday, 19:00


Plot of libretto goes back to 411 B.C., to Aristophanes comedy “Lysistrata”, in which author showed on ancient stage strike of womenfolk willing to see their husbands at home, and not at the fields of war. Theme of womanish revolt further appears in world drama repeatedly.

In our theatre this comedy was staged in 1976, and audience of elder generation remember this cheerful performance.

In new version, in recent (if to compare with “Lysistrata”) 1920th years women decided to remove their husbands from home cosiness and to punish them in this way for unrestrained habitual drunkenness.

All play is filled with witty jokes, inventive details and tricks.

Staging group:

Libretto by — K. Vasilyev and M. Plyazkovsky
Lyrics by — M. Plyazkovsky
Production director — national artist of Russia Yury Laptev
Musical leader and conductor — honoured artist of Russia Andrey Alekseev
Production designer — honoured artist of Russia Igor Nezhny
Costumes designer — honoured artist of Russia Tatiana Tulubyeva
Light designer — honoured worker of arts of Russia Damir Ismagilov
Balletmaster — Vladimir Romanovsky

Characters and Performers:
Nastya

Anna Bulgak
laureate of International competitions

Nikolka

Fedor Osipov

Steshka

Aleksandr Krukovsky

Marfa

Elena Zabrodina

Honoured actress of Russia

Fedot

Anton Oleynikov

honoured actor of Russia,

laureate of "Golden mask" award

Dunyasha

Tatyana Taranetz 

laureate of "Golden Sofit" award,

laureate of International competitions

grand-dad Zakhar

Dmitry Petrov

laureate of International competition

Semenovna

Ivan Korytov

laureate of "Golden mask" award

Marinka

Elizaveta Olisova

laureate of International competition

Semka

Alexander Lenogov 

laureate of International competition

commissioner

Alexander Shaporov

first Cossack

Sergey Braga

laureate of International competition

second Cossack

Vitaly Golovkin