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Cafe Idiot at Dostoevskaya Metro Station in Moscow
13.03.2017 09:33
Cafe Idiot at Dostoevskaya Metro Station in Moscow

Action "Night of Ballet" took place in the framework of the cultural and educational project "Night in Metro".

      On the night of March 12 more than 150 Moscow metro passengers watched the dance performance "Cafe Idiot" inspired by Dostoevsky's classical novel. Theater atmosphere with live music, soffits and auditorium was created by dancers of the ballet company "Moscow", laureates of the Golden Mask  Award 2016.

      "Night in Metro" is a cultural project launched in 2015 to turn Moscow metro stations into venues of various cultural events. According to the organizers, the next event of the project will be held in April. Five  events more have been planned for this year.



Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Moscow Metro Fyodor Dostoyevsky Russian Ballet Project "Night in Metro"  

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