The international stage of the Monocle Theater Festival opened on March 1st Automatic translate
ST. PETERSBURG. The Baltic House Theater and Festival on March 1 with a solo performance performed by Maria Zaykova opens the second, international stage of the Monocle festival. Maria Zaykova is a student of Anatoly Vasiliev, an outstanding director and teacher. She will perform the work of Jean Cocteau, co-written by him in collaboration with Francis Pulenk - “The Human Voice”.
This festival, which has already become traditional, has been held since 1997. It is held once every two years, in St. Petersburg, where actors come who want to try themselves in this difficult genre. Over the years when the festival was held, many famous Russian and foreign actors took part in its program.
On the second festival day, two actresses will present their works - the representative of the St. Petersburg troupe of Tomashevsky Anna Nekrasova and the actress from Tel Aviv Tatyana Khazanovskaya.
On March 3, viewers will be able to see the representative of the Baltic states, Riga resident Andris Bulis. His performance “Flight” was directed by Galina Polishchuk. On the same day, the actor of the Chelyabinsk Theater "Wheel" German Tretyak will show his work. His performance, based on Gogol’s novel “Portrait”, will appear on the festival stage under the title “The Story of a Temptation”.
The fourth festival day will be opened by the representative of Lithuania, Eustace Tertelis. On the same day, two representatives of St. Petersburg - Julia Men and Boris Dragilev - will show their work.
Over the next two festival days, viewers will be able to see the work of actors from Kazakhstan, England and the Russian city of Seversk. On the last day of the festival, March 7th, actors from Denmark and Sweden will show their work.
Within the framework of the festival, a round table will be held on the problems of solo performances and a master class for drama actors.
Ludmila Trautmane © Gallerix.ru
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