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Director Kirill Serebrennikov
Set Design Nikolai Simonov
Choreography Albert Albert
Costume Design Dmitri Loginov
Sound Richards Norwila
Light Design Alexander Tarasov
Cast Alexei Guskov, Viktoria Tolstoganova, Andrei Kuzichev, Natalia Shvets (Elena Katikhina)

Kirill Serebrennikov was born in 1969 in Rostov on Don. In 1992 he graduated from Rostov State University. In his student years he was engaged in directing in the amateur studio "69", and since 1990 he has worked on the professional stage. Productions include: 'Strange Imaginations of a Certain Miss Letitia Duff, by Peter Shaffer; ‘Phaedra’ by Racine (Engagement Theatre), M. Lermontov's 'Demon', E. Radzinsky’s ‘I Stand by a Restaurant’, N. Gogol's The Marriage’ (Rostov Theatre of Young Spectator), A. Pushkin's ‘Little Tragedies' (Gorky Drama Theatre) etc. In parallel with his theatrical activity Serebrennikov has mastered television in a variety of genres. Since 2001 he has directed productions in Moscow theatres: 'Plasticine' by V. Sigarev (Centre for Drama and Directing), ‘Explicit Polaroids’ by M. Ravenhill (Pushkin Theatre), ‘Terrorism’ by 0. and V. Presniakovy (Chekhov Moscow Arts Theatre), ‘Sweet Bird of Youth' byT. Williams (Sovremennik Theatre).

The theatre world has long waited for somebody like Serebrennikov. He has adopted for himself the role of a talented stranger, who has come to the big theatre life as a mature, strong artist, not tearing all over the place and not striving for recognition. He has been popular long before his best-known works; he is appreciated by those who, head first, dip into scenic life and then grow fond of it. Serebrennikov is forgiven all those things, which would be unforgivable to anyone else: he may criticize the present order of the theatre, he can challenge authority, and he goes unpunished. He does not carry the burden of traditions, obligations and norms; he is open, free and certainly talented. So much, that many have already connected the development of theatre in the capital in the next five years exclusively with his name
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june 29, 30 july 01
Vysotsky Centre