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"Dad, Mom, I and Stalin" - Mark Rozovsky's Premiere on his 80th Birthday
31.03.2017 20:42

Stage and art director of the theater At Nikitsky Gate, Mark Rozovsky will present the play based on his biographical book of the same name.

      The performance will premiere on April 3, the birthday of Mark Rozovsky, who turns 80 this year. The new 3-hour stage production is based on documentary sources from the Soviet intelligence services' archives related to the circumstances of his father's death.

      Seven actors are engaged in the performance.

      Mark Rozovsky, the head of the theatre At Nikitsky Gate plans to stage the musical Captain's Daughter set to music by Maxim Dunaevsky.

       


Sources: http://www.rewizor.ru 

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Mark Rozovsky Russian Stage Directors    

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