Mobile art theatre (MKhT) Michael Sigara created three audioplay, which action takes place in one room. In articulating participated Yulia Peresild, Pavel Derevyanko, Yulia Aug, Yuri Kolokolnikov, Maxim Vitorgan and others aristy, the press service of the project.
Premier line will open on April 7 by the audioplay “Elizabeth BAM” on the eponymous play by Daniil Kharms. The girl (Julia Peresild) sat alone in the room and outside knocked. Why they came is unknown? It seems that it is going to be arrested. My life flashes before my eyes as a fantastic dream. This absurdist horror example of how it should look like the theater of the future in the opinion of the oberiuts. The play also took part Yury Kolokolnikov, Egor Koreshkov and Alice Kretova.
April 12 premiere of “the Poisoned belt” with Paul Derevianko and Julia Aug. This story Arthur Conan Doyle wrote in 1913 on the eve of the First world war, and on the eve of world war I with the coronavirus, in 2020, artistic Director Moscow art theatre Mikhail Zygar rewrote it into a play. The Thriller will tell how the world affects an unknown epidemic and humanity begins to die. But the main characters have time to isolate themselves and remain the last survivor on Earth. Or it just seems to them. Except Aug and Derevyanko, the play was voiced by Alexander Molochnikov, Eugene Sangadjiev, Elena Makhova, Egor Koreshkov and Jean-Michel Shcherbak.
In the mobile app is already available mxt “Academy of laughter”. The first “home” theatre audioplay is a Comedy of modern Japanese playwright Koki Mitani. The main character is a playwright (Maxim Vitorgan) has written a new version of “Romeo and Juliet” and must approve the text of the censor (Mikhail Zygar). Only two characters in the same room and not a word about the coronavirus. Hard to believe that the text is written about Japan of the 1940s.
In order to start listening to the show now don’t have to come in specially marked on a GPS map of the place. The action will unfold right in your apartment. In addition, all the performances that came out before March 31, to remain free until the end of the quarantine.