|Cast||Marina Zudina, Oleg Tabakov, Vitali Egorov (TabakovTheatre), Sergei Kolesnikov, Maxim Matveev, Olga Barnet, Valeri Khlevinsky. Daria Yurskaya, Avangard Leontiev, Roman Kirillov, Natalia Zhuravleva (Tabakov Theatre), Igor Zolotovitsky, Oleg Mazurov, Igor Petrov (Tabakov Theatre Nikolai Isakov, Viacheslav Nevinny Jr., Roman Kuznechenko, Natalia Bochkareva, Andrei Davydrn Viktor Kuliukhin, Grigori Ryzhikov, Kirill Trubetskoi|
Yuri Eremin was bom in 1944. In 1970 he graduated fr om GITIS. From 1973-1977 artistic director of the Rostov Theatre of the Young Spectator, from 1978-1980 artistic director of the Gorky Drama Theatre in Rostov. The majority of productions of these years was based on modem drama. From 1980- 87 he was artistic director of the Central Theatre of the Soviet Army. Productions included: Gorky’s The Old Man’, A. Chervinsky’s 'My Happiness’), Dostoevsky's ‘Idiot’, A. Dudarev’s ‘Soldiers’, R. Solntsev’s The Article’. From 1987-2000 he was artistic director of the Pushkin Theatre, Moscow, wh ere he directed about twenty productions, including Chekhov’s ‘Ward No. 6', Glowacki’s ‘Scum’, Camus’s The Possessed' (based on Dostoevsky’s novel The Demons’), Chekhov’s The Black Monk’, Strindberg's ‘ErikXrV, Gogol’s The Government Inspector’, Camus's The Terrorists’, Sophocles’s ‘Oedipus Rex’. In the 1990s he directed at other Moscow theatres: K. Hamsun’s ‘At the Gate of the Kingdom’, Anouilh’s ‘Don’t Awaken Madame’, Flaubert’s ‘Madame Bovary’, The Husband, the Wife and the Lover ‘(based on Dostoevsky) M. Roshchin’s ‘Silver Age’, Lope de Vega's ‘Dance Master’, all at the Mossovet Theatre; Pushkin’s The Captain's Daughter', E. Shvarts’s ‘Shadow’, W. Gibson’s The Miracle Maker’ at the Youth Theatre. He directed also in Bulgaria, Hungary, Estonia, USA, and Japan. He repeatedly worked at the American program of the Moscow Art Theatre School and the Stanislavsky Summer School in Boston.