Boris Pokrovsky Chamber Stage
(Nikolskaya, 17/1)

Premiered at the Boris Pokrovsky Musical Theatre on April 20, 2003.

Revival of the first production —
13 May, 2014.


Sung in Russian (translation by Catherine Pospelova).

Running time: 3 hours.

Presented with one interval.
Libretto by Luigi Sugana and Giuseppe Pizzolato based on Carlo Goldoni's 18th-century play I rusteghi

Conductor of the premiere:: Anatoly Levin
Stage Director, Choreographer:Mikhail Kislyarov
Set DesignerSergei Barkhin
Costume Designer: Tatiana Barkhina
Lighting Designer: Vladimir Ivakin

Revival version:
Revival Music Director: Vladimir Agronsky  
Revival DirectorValery Fedorenko 
Alexander Markeev as Cancion, <br>Alexei Morozov as Simone. <br> Photo: archive of the Boris Pokrovsky Musical Theatre.
Alexander Markeev as Cancion,
Alexei Morozov as Simone.
Photo: archive of the Boris Pokrovsky Musical Theatre.
A scene from the performance. <br> Photo: archive of the Boris Pokrovsky Musical Theatre.
A scene from the performance.
Photo: archive of the Boris Pokrovsky Musical Theatre.
German Yukavsky as Lunardo, <br>Olga Berezanskaya as Margarita. <br> Photo: archive of the Boris Pokrovsky Musical Theatre.
German Yukavsky as Lunardo,
Olga Berezanskaya as Margarita.
Photo: archive of the Boris Pokrovsky Musical Theatre.
A scene from the performance. <br> Photo: archive of the Boris Pokrovsky Musical Theatre.
A scene from the performance.
Photo: archive of the Boris Pokrovsky Musical Theatre.
A scene from the performance. <br> Photo: archive of the Boris Pokrovsky Musical Theatre.
A scene from the performance.
Photo: archive of the Boris Pokrovsky Musical Theatre.
Irina Kurmanova as Felice. <br> Photo: archive of the Boris Pokrovsky Musical Theatre.
Irina Kurmanova as Felice.
Photo: archive of the Boris Pokrovsky Musical Theatre.
German Yukavsky as Lunardo. <br> Photo: archive of the Boris Pokrovsky Musical Theatre.
German Yukavsky as Lunardo.
Photo: archive of the Boris Pokrovsky Musical Theatre.
Olga Berezanskaya as Margarita. <br> Photo: archive of the Boris Pokrovsky Musical Theatre.
Olga Berezanskaya as Margarita.
Photo: archive of the Boris Pokrovsky Musical Theatre.
Iirina Pyanova as Signorina Fantasia. <br> Photo: archive of the Boris Pokrovsky Musical Theatre.
Iirina Pyanova as Signorina Fantasia.
Photo: archive of the Boris Pokrovsky Musical Theatre.
Alexei Mochalov as Maurizio. <br> Photo: archive of the Boris Pokrovsky Musical Theatre.
Alexei Mochalov as Maurizio.
Photo: archive of the Boris Pokrovsky Musical Theatre.
Alexandra Mayskaya as Marina. <br> Photo: archive of the Boris Pokrovsky Musical Theatre.
Alexandra Mayskaya as Marina.
Photo: archive of the Boris Pokrovsky Musical Theatre.
Alexei Morozov as Simone, Irina Kurmanova as Felice, <br>Alexandra Mayskaya as Marina, Pavel Paremuzov as Riccardo. <br> Photo: archive of the Boris Pokrovsky Musical Theatre.
Alexei Morozov as Simone, Irina Kurmanova as Felice,
Alexandra Mayskaya as Marina, Pavel Paremuzov as Riccardo.
Photo: archive of the Boris Pokrovsky Musical Theatre.
Alexander Markeev as Cancion, Irina Kurmanova as Felice. <br> Photo: archive of the Boris Pokrovsky Musical Theatre.
Alexander Markeev as Cancion, Irina Kurmanova as Felice.
Photo: archive of the Boris Pokrovsky Musical Theatre.
Alexander Markeev as Cancion, Irina Kurmanova as Felice, <br>Alexei Morozov as Simone, German Yukavsky as Lunardo. <br> Photo: archive of the Boris Pokrovsky Musical Theatre.
Alexander Markeev as Cancion, Irina Kurmanova as Felice,
Alexei Morozov as Simone, German Yukavsky as Lunardo.
Photo: archive of the Boris Pokrovsky Musical Theatre.


				
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