Mad money

Fri 8.10.2021 18:30

Russian Drama Theater

55 000 UZS

Tickets are non-refundable.

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  • Scenes of metropolitan life

    Among Russian playwrights, Alexander Nikolaevich Ostrovsky (1823 – 1886 ) holds a unique place. It was he, the only one in Russia, who not only focused entirely on dramatic literature, but also never left it, going into prose or poetry.

    Ostrovsky is never fashionable or old-fashioned, because he was always talking to a person-talking to humanity, depicting this or that place of action-discovering the universe, counting down a specific time, counting down eternity.

    The comedy "Mad Money" makes fun of people who are ready for any actions for the sake of money. The first to meet the audience is Telyatev, a typical representative of the "barstvo", he always thrives, not without the help of a dozen of his aunts from Moscow. Sweet tooth-Riga rich in debt, they had to as many as three hundred thousand. The apartment in which he lives, the horse and carriage, as well as the furniture and household items - everything is alien. But this fact does not bother Telyatev much. Not counting the money, he will gladly take it from someone, live at someone else's expense, and in general, tomorrow will be a new day and the money will be found by itself.

    The author of the work himself has not fully decided how he treats Vasilkov. His image causes a lot of controversy about the true appearance of the hero, it is difficult to immediately determine his nature. He is too businesslike and calculates his every move, he has a "budget", which he does not intend to get out of.

    Actors and performers:

    Savva Gennadich Vasilkov, provincial-Sergey Arkhipov, Yuri Antipin
    Ivan Petrovich Telyatev, non-serving nobleman-Honored Artist of Uzbekistan Oleg Galakhov
    Grigory Borisovich Kuchumov, an important gentleman – People's Artist of Uzbekistan Abzal Rafikov
    Yegor Dmitritch Glumov – Andrey Zarovsky
    Nadezhda Antonovna Cheboksary-Honored Artist of Uzbekistan Olga Ovchinnikova
    Lydia Yurievna, her daughter-Diana Dubrovina
    Andrey, the servant-Anton Korablev
    Director and set designer – Honored Artist of Uzbekistan Vladimir Shapiro
    Costume Designer-Marina Sagdieva
    Artist-Vladimir Bundin
    Director of restoration-Vladimir Ostrovsky

Venue

Russian Drama Theater

Address
г.Ташкент Мирабадский р-н ул.Зарафшон,24
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The service fee will be applied to the ticket price in the form 10% (including VAT 15%) for each ticket

Events can be visited by:
From 12+ age
Event duration:
18:30 - 21:00 - Fri, 8 Oct
Refund Information:
In case of cancellation or rescheduling of the event. process of refund will be done within 14 working days