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Anachronistic Concert

Anachronistic Concert

Moscow Art Theatre School (MHAT)

Director: Viktor Ryzhakov

in Russian with Hungarian translation

1 hours 50 minutes, without breaks.

This production by the acting class of Viktor Ryzhakov, the Stanislavsky Prize-winning Russian director and theatre pedagogue, touches movingly on a generation that is vanishing, the fading world of the recent past, ever more imbued with nostalgia, and the joys and sorrows of our parents and grandparents. It is made all the more captivating by the inclusion of music, dance, excerpts from film, and monologues. Ryzhakov’s students of the dramatic arts have used the tools of the “verbatim” theatre to conjure the mood of an era which for them is gradually little more than a period of history, using monologues and recollections of the elderly and experimenting, in our era of transition, with feelings and ideas that mean the same thing for people of today – the joy and love of life.

Színészek/Actors: Azarian Stepan, Buldakov Leonid, Dubra Artem,Ermoshkin  Alexey, Feofanova  Varvara, Frye Jordan Rose, Kamanin Aleksei, Metelkin Aleksandr, Novosad Sergei, Obruchkova Irina, Pelin Ronald, Shadrin Sergey, Shmykova Varvara, Tukan Alevtina, Vasilyev Roman, Vlasov Kirill, Yuskov Nikita, Zhovner Daria.

 

Munkatársak/others: Tatiana Pykhonina, Marina Drovosekova, Svetlana Ivanova-Sergeeva, Iliia Bocharnikovs, Aleksey Waruschenko, Vladimir Gusev, Sasha Denisova, Sergey Zemtsov,Kazimir Liske, Andrey Stadnikov, Olga Topunova. 

Díszlettervező/Set designer: Olga Nikitina, koreográfus/choreographer: Renat Mamin.

Director

Viktor Ryzhakov

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Gobbi Hilda Stage
Viktor Ryzhakov

Viktor Ryzhakov

Viktor Ryzhakov was born in the city of Khabarovsk in 1960. He studied at the Far Eastern College for the Arts, the Boris Shchukin Theatre Institute, and the Russian Academy of Theatre Arts, where he completed his doctorate. In 1995-2001, he served as the artistic director of the Kamchatka Drama and Comedy Theatre. In 2001, he began to work as a director and instructor at the academy of the Moscow Art Theatre (MKhAT), and in 2012 he was made head of department and recognized director of MKhAT. Together with playwright and director Ivan Vyrypaev, Rizakov launched the Oxygen (“Kislorod”) theatre movement, which exerted a strong influence on contemporary Russian theatre. He is the founder and director of the Five Evenings Theatre Festival in Memory of Alexander Volodin, which was launched in 2002 in Saint Petersburg. Since 2012, he has served as the artistic director of the Meyerhold Centre in Moscow. He has held courses on the art of the theatre in Germany, Poland, the United States, and Hungary. He has directed many award-winning productions in theatres in Russia and Europe. He has also won numerous awards at prominent European theatre festivals (the Grand Prize at the Kontakt International Theatre Festival in Toruń, the Golden Mask Award, the New Drama Festival Grand Prize, and the prize for best performance for his production of The Hairdresser at the National Theatre Meeting in Pécs, or POSZT). In 2011, he was awarded a Stanislavsky Award for his work as a theatre pedagogue, and in 2014 he was named one of Russia’s Artists of Merit.

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