Hermitage Theater / Main hall
Address: Russia, Saint-Petersburg, Dvortsovaya emb., 34
The Hermitage Theater presents a theatrical fantasy on the theme of the harlequinade, so beloved by the poets, writers and artists of the Silver Age.
The performance is based on the works of Anna Akhmatova ("A Poem without a Hero"), Alexander Blok ("Puppet Show"), Nikolai Agnivtsev (poems from different years), Nikolai Evreinov ("The Most Important Thing"), Mikhail Kuzmin ("Venetian Madmen"). p>
The costumes for the performance were created according to sketches by famous artists of the early 20th century: Leon Bakst, Alexander Golovin, Mikhail Larionov, Sergei Sudeikin by theater costume designer Nika Vylegzhaninova.
People's Artist of the Russian Federation Ya. Ya. Aleksakhina and students of the St. Petersburg State Institute of Cinema and Television take part in the performance.
The director of the program is Sergey Kargin, laureate of the Golden Soffit Award, and Kaleria Alekseeva, plastic director. Moderators: art critic, State Hermitage employee Elena Kriventsova and culturologist Vadim Vysotsky.
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