Why Did We Kill Romanticism?

An Interview with Stage Director David Doiashvili

Georgian stage director David Doiashvili (b. 1971) is a returning guest at the National Theatre in Budapest. He made his mark by Macbeth at MITEM I in 2014 with his company (Vaso Abashidze State Music and Drama Theatre, Tbilisi, Georgia); it was a success at numerous international festivals and won several awards.

Dostoevsky in Kafka’s Clothes

An Interview with Valery Fokin

Valery Fokin (1946) is a stage director, artistic director, People’s Artist of the Russian Federation and the recipient of several prestigious awards. He won the top award of the most famous Russian theatre festival, the Golden Mask, twice. In 1991 he established the Meyerhold Centre in Moscow, one of the capital’s notable contemporary art centres which he also led for two decades. He is currently the artistic director of the Alexandrinsky Theatre in St. Petersburg, established in 1756.

29 April, Saturday, 3 P.M., Entrance hall on the first hall


A conversation with Ivan Vyrypaev - cancelled!

A conversation with Ivan Vyrypaev and Viktor Ryzhakov

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