The main role in the play “the Master and Margarita” directed by Valery Belyakovich played a people’s artist of Ukraine Olga Sumskaya
The novel of Mikhail Bulgakov “Master and Margarita” not particularly willing to play. Not because it’s easy to make a fairly major piece of work in the framework of the play.
But the main Director of theatre “South-West” Valery belyakovich was not afraid to carry out the statement (not a good novel) by Mikhail Bulgakov.
Brilliant game of the actors, rich decorations, lavish costumes and, of course, a profound text – the components of performance that are simply doomed to success.
As noted in the announcement of the show, “with performances and performers, the audience seemed to have transferred in Moscow 30-ies. The action of the play takes place in a madhouse of a name of Lenin.
Voland, witches, cats, Gaer, historic figures – all is the fruit of sick imagination of proletarian poet Ivan Homeless.
But the reality is slogan-the bad verses of the poet, however, their singing half-naked redhead Gella. In contrast to his schizophrenia Ivan Homeless exposes the identity of the poet that “anybody does not give” as you know”.
The play “Master and Margarita” for 10 years. And he has long earned the reputation as the most popular show.
Connoisseurs of the theater say that is shrouded in mystery and scandals performance “the Master and Margarita” is a genuine masterpiece of theatre of the twenty-first century. Not all theatre groups subject to this material.
In the formulation also involved actors of Poltava “Modern theatre”. But without a doubt, the Cossacks went to see Margarita – Olga Sumy, whose childhood was spent in Odessa.
Those wishing to enjoy a game of people’s artist of Ukraine were so many that the tour organizer is company “Musin.Art.Group” had to organize additional performances.
It should be noted that the Magara theatre, in which performances were staged, Olga is not a strange – at one time in the theater Schorsa served her parents.
The Cossacks thanked the actors with applause and flowers.
Photo By Alexander Prilepy