|Set Design||Stanislav Morozov|
|Music||Alexei Shelygin, Maxim Sukhanov|
Maxim Sukhanov, Evgeni Stychkin, Lera Gorin, Natalia Shvets. Agnessa Peterson, Maria Shastina, Alexander Prudnikov, Evgeni Pekker, Marina Esipenko, Evgeni Fedorov, Anastasia Begunova, Evgeni Kosyrev, Yuri Shlykov. Anna Kaziuchits. Natalia Vintilova
«Hot rot bluez band»
|Director||Mikhail «Petrovich» Sokolov|
Vladimir Mirzoev was born in 1957. In 1981 he graduated from GITIS (course of M. Mestechkin) and engaged in journalism. He participated in the creative youth association "Debut” at the Lenkom Theatre (1987) and in the All-Russian Association 'Creative Workshops” (VOTM) of the Russian Theatre Union (1987-1989). Among his productions: ‘Miss Julie' by A. Strindberg, 'Break of Noon’ by P. Claudel, Escorial by Michel de Ghelderode, 'Possibility A’ by H. Barker, Embers' by S. Beckett. From 1989 to 1993 he worked in Canada (Gogol’s The Government Inspector', Camus’s 'Caligula' and others). In 1993 he returned to worked in Russia. At Moscow’s Stanislavsky Theatre he directed Gogol's The Marriage’, Khlestakov' based on Gogol’s The Government Inspector’. A. Kazantsev's That, This Light', M. Ugarov’s 'Pigeons’, Shakespeare's Twelfth Night'. The Taming of the Shrew'. Midsummer Night's Dream’. Ludmila Ulitskaya's 'Seven Saints from the Village of Biyukho'. His productions at other theatres include: 'TWo Women' based on Turgenev's 'A Month in the Country’ (Lenkom Theatre); Moliere’s 'Amphytrioh, Edmond Rostand’s Cyrano de Bergerac’, and Shakespeare’s 'King Lear' at the Vakhtangov Theatre.