Marina Zudina is back on the scene



Марина Зудина вернулась на сцену
The actress took part in a unique performance of the Moscow art theatre. Chekhov’s “the Sun rises”.

Марина Зудина вернулась на сцену

Marina Zudina

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Марина Зудина вернулась на сцену

Kseniya Rappoport in the play played the wife of Maxim Gorky and Igor Vernik, Nemirovich-Danchenko

Photo: Yury Feklistov

Marina Zudina took part in a unique performance of the Moscow art theatre. Chekhov’s “the Sun rises”, who thought of Oleg Tabakov. Oleg Pavlovich wanted informal to mark the 150th anniversary of dramaturge and writer Maxim Gorky, whose work is loved.

Марина Зудина вернулась на сцену

Maxim Matveev

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Марина Зудина вернулась на сцену

Andrew Burkovskii

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Tobacco agreed with the playwright Mikhail Durnenkov. And he wrote a play based solely on historical documents: memoirs, letters, official papers.



Марина Зудина вернулась на сцену

Igor Gordin

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Марина Зудина вернулась на сцену

Anatoly Bely

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The play was created a few months, then it several weeks rehearsing. All for one of the show — the birthday of classics of Russian literature.

Maxim Gorky played Igor Gordin, his wife Marie Andreww — Kseniya Rappoport, Konstantin Stanislavsky — Anatoly Bely, and Vladimir Nemirovich-Danchenko, Igor Vernik. Act staged by Stalin and the Czechs. “Can you imagine sitting in the hall today my dad, to whom the diploma of the School-Studio of MKHAT signed Knipper-Chekhov!”, excitedly and proudly said wernick. “And anything that is in our theatre the musical works honor the grandson of the Nemirovich-Danchenko?!”, — in response, told his colleagues.

Марина Зудина вернулась на сцену

The traditional greeting of the troupe before the performance

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“I play “the Sun rises” I play Leonardovna Olga Knipper-Chekhov, — has told Marina Zudina. — When the day of the premiere once again went to the Novodevichy her husband, decided to go to the grave of Anton Chekhov, to lay flowers. I’m glad the Museum has prepared this wonderful spectacle, which involved the masters, and youth, and guest artists. Creativity, instead of squabbling — that’s what unites and what saves in difficult moments. Oleg always said, “we Have to work, work, work!”

Photo: Yury Feklistov