The program of the International Pacific Theater Festival is announced in Vladivostok.
Valery Shadrin presented the program of the International Pacific Theater Festival at a press conference in Vladivostok.
The Festival will be held in Vladivostok from September 23 to October 8, 2020.
The Primorsky Stage of the Mariinsky Theater, Primorsky Academic Drama Theatre named after M. Gorky, Sports Harbor and “Flagman” Hall in Equator Hotel will serve as venues.
The program includes 8 performances.
The Shochiku Grand Kabuki – Chikamatsuza, one of the most renowned kabuki troupes, will present three different performances. September 23, 24, 25
"Sword of Wisdom" – from Taiwan U-theatre – dance and drum roll as high art. September 26, 27
“Mahabharata-Nalacharitam” – based on the ancient Indian epic – a spectacular and magical journey from the Shizuoka Performing Arts Center (Japan). Burnaki, kabuki, and the rarer kamishibai – paper theater. September 29, October 1
Vietnamese traditional water puppet show. Each performance is a set of short genre scenes from peasant life with the participation of fire dragons, unicorns, phoenixes and other fabulous creatures. A fascinating journey for adults and children. September 29, 30, October 1, 2, 3, 4
“The Bear” by Vladimir Pankov (based on a joke in one act by A. Chekhov) is a coproduction of the Chekhov Festival and the Center for Drama and Directing (Moscow). A joke-vaudeville about the infinite inconsistency of a woman and the unexpected occurrence of love. Starring – Elena Yakovleva and Alexander Feklistov. October 1, 2, 3
“Echoes of Eternity”. Patrick de Bana – cosmopolitan choreographer – together with the famous Shanghai Ballet, tells one of the most famous Chinese legends – about the fatal attraction of Emperor Xuanzong of Tang to the concubine Yang Guifei. Romantic and beautiful. October 4, 5
“Darkness Poomba” – dance performance by choreographer Kim Jae Duk from South Korea. Explosive musical temperament and incredible pace. A modern interpretation of ancient Korean music. October 6, 7
“Uncle Vanya” - a Chekhov play by the Theater of Nations (Moscow). The Russian debut of the director of the Paris Odeon theatre Stefan Braunschweig. Starring – Evgeny Mironov, Anatoly Bely, Elizaveta Boyarskaya, Julia Peresild, Victor Verzhbitsky. October 7, 8
Ticket sales starts on April 1, 2020.