Alexei Yagudin showed a naked torso

Алексей Ягудин продемонстрировал голый торс
Olympic Champions appeared in new roles in the show Ilya Averbuch “Romeo and Juliet”.

Алексей Ягудин продемонстрировал голый торс

Alexei Yagudin

Photo: Yury Feklistov

Алексей Ягудин продемонстрировал голый торс

Yulia Baranovskaya with children

Photo: Yury Feklistov

Olympic champion Alexei Yagudin with a naked torso can be seen in the ice musical performance of “Romeo and Juliet”, which ISA “Luzhniki” in Moscow, we presented the production company “Ilya Averbukh”.

Алексей Ягудин продемонстрировал голый торс

Maxim Marinin, Alla Mikheeva, Alexei Yagudin and Maxim Trankov

Photo: Yury Feklistov

Алексей Ягудин продемонстрировал голый торс

Anastasia

Photo: Yury Feklistov

In addition to Alexei, who played Marcuccio, the show occupied six more Olympic Champions. Tatiana Totmianina and Maxim Marinin played Romeo and
Juliet, Roman Kostomarov — Tybalt, Tatiana Volosozhar and Maxim Trankov— the Prince and
Duchess of Verona, Ilia Kulik — Paris.

Алексей Ягудин продемонстрировал голый торс

Alice Grebenshchikova

Photo: Yury Feklistov

Алексей Ягудин продемонстрировал голый торс

Svetlana Abramova (First channel) with her husband Anton

Photo: Yury Feklistov

At the premiere were also made by Oksana Domnina, Maxim Shabalin, Maria Petrova, Alexei Tikhonov,
Denkova Albena, Maxim Stavisky, Margarita Drobiazko, Povilas Vanagas, Jan
Khokhlova and many other outstanding figurski.

Алексей Ягудин продемонстрировал голый торс

A scene from the play

Photo: Yury Feklistov

Interestingly, in the scenography of the play unite the two worlds
medieval Britain and Italy, as well as modern elements such as neon sign
theater, the shining poster. And the Central part of the scenery
took the dagger, hitting a stained glass window of the Temple of Love.

Алексей Ягудин продемонстрировал голый торс

Ilya Averbukh after the premiere of his show

Photo: Yury Feklistov

Music background shows have become works of Prokofiev,
Mozart, Bach, Mendelssohn, and original music created by the leading
Russian composer of musicals Novel Ignatyev

Preparations for the performance, which involved 22 athletes, coach class, 14 artists ice ballet
5 singers, 10 dancers and 5 musicians (and in the creative and
the technical group of play works more than 150 people), took more than six months,
the lion’s share of that time took the scenario of “transferring
Shakespeare’s tragedy on skates.”

Photo: Yury Feklistov