"Troubles" - a new play by Vlad Troitsky, a historical and psychological tragedy based on a play by a brilliant playwright and theater philosopher KLIM.
A large-scale theatrical painting in three acts - a dense sensual immersion in the period of the troubled times . In the beginning, it gives an opportunity to live from the inside the emergence of a period, which was then marked by natural disasters , severe political, economic, social and state crisis.
The basis of the play was the events of the Troubled Times - a period of history of the Moscow kingdom from 1604 to 1613, which began with the speech of False Dmitry I - an impostor whose origin and appearance in the historical arena are still mysterious for historians. He, leaving behind his son Ivan the Terrible, who miraculously escaped the assassination attempt prepared by the regent Boris Godunov, appeared on the Polish-Moscow border with an army of Don Cossacks and Polish volunteers.
The arrival of False Dmitry took place fifty thousand years ago, but power, choice and death are always up-to-date. And when you start to absorb how they came to this, you realize that "Troubles" is a powerful experience of destruction, a unique vaccine . Because when you lived in the theater, you will go through life.
Death is very modern. Any choice, the courage to make the choice - is also very modern. Modernity is about life. To speak about modernity, one must understand the value of life. To understand is to find the balance between death and life.
Director, director, set designer - Vlad Troitsky
Playwright - KLIM
Music - Vlad Troitsky, Vladimir Rudenko, Oleksandr Martynenko, Sofia Baskakova, Marusya Ionova, Nadiya Golubtsova
Lighting artist - Asthik Grigoryan
Actors - Andrey Palatny, Alexander Martynenko, Alexandra Indik, Nadezhda Golubtsova, Igor Dimov, Semen Kisly, Marusya Ionova, Vladimir Rudenko, Sophia Baskakova, Vira Klimkovetska, Vladimir Lutikov, Vlad Gogol
Beginning at 19:00, please be in advance, the theater doors open from 18:30.
After the start we stop the entrance to the intermission.