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'EUGENE ONEGIN' Vakhtangov in HD - Encore

'EUGENE ONEGIN' Vakhtangov in HD - Encore
Event Date(s): 
Tuesday, June 11, 2019 - 7:30pm
Type of Event: 
207 N. Maryland Ave. Glendale, CA 91206

By Popular Demand - EUGENE ONEGIN
Vakhtangov State Academic Theatre of Russia

Referred to by the New York Times as “…exuberant and arrestingly beautiful”, and by the London Telegraph theatre critic as “…one of the most extraordinary nights at the theatre I have ever known”, Rimas Tuminas’ miraculous Eugene Onegin is, at long last available to a world-wide audience.  
The play unfolds in the memory and imagination of Pushkin’s characters. The images are split between past and present, between reality and imagination.The scale of the production constantly shifts from noisy celebrations to secluded contemplation, from crowd scenes to lonely recollections, all of which are drawn together from the past just like the fragments of Tatyana’s love letter, framed and hung on the wall, looming next to and above Onegin’s arm-chair. 

Filmed before a live audience from Moscow's venerable Vakhtangov Theatre.

Language: Russian
Translation: English subtitles
Running time: 3 hours 25 min with one intermission.

Created and Directed by - Rimas Tuminas

Cast (Partial)​
Eugene Onegin (Older) - Sergey Makovetskiy 
Eugene Onegin (Younger) - Victor Dobronravov
Retired Hussar - Artur Ivanov
Vladimir Lensky (Older) - Vasily Simonov
Vladimir Lensky (Younger) - Oleg Makarov 
Tatyana Larina: - Eugeniya Kregzhde
Olga Larina - Natalia Vinokurova
"Tatyana's Dream" - Irina Kupchenko
Nanny, Dancing Master - Liudmila Maksakova

In Russian

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Vakhtangov Theatre

The Vakhtangov Theatre has conquered the hearts of millions of people in Russia, Paris, London, Vienna, Venice, Athens, Stockholm, Prague, Warsaw, Berlin, Budapest, Madrid, and many other foreign cities.

The Vakhtangov Theater is almost 100 years old. The Theatre’s secret lies in the spirit of its young actors and stage-directors (both well-established and new-comers), its ambition to deal with complex moral issues, and its desire to awaken warm human feelings in the audience.