And Konstantin Kryukov Alina
Guests become direct participants of the play
Ksenia Sobchak and Maxim Vitorgan
Artem Korolev and Marika
Ksenia Sobchak and Svetlana Bondarchuk
Katerina Komolova and Tata Bondarchuk
Very soon in the family of Ksenia Sobchak and her husband Maxim Vitorgan expected completion. The presenter for the first time will become a mother. Despite the interesting position, the journalist leads an active lifestyle and attends various social events. Recently one visited the new play “the Black Russian”. Interestingly, the production includes audience participation.
Starring ravshana Kurkova and actors Workshop Brusnikina, theatre “Practice” and “Gogol-center”. The first unusual production was seen Ksenia Sobchak and Maxim Vitorgan, Svetlana Bondarchuk, Nadezhda Obolentseva, Sofiko Shevardnadze, Hope, Anna Mikhalkov and Alexander, Alice Khazanov, Dmitriy Brusnikin, Anka Tsitsishvili, Angelica Timonina, Pauline Kitsenko, Tata Mamiashvili-Bondarchuk, and Konstantin Kryukov Alina, Yulia Kalmanovich, Maria, Fedorova, Maria Kravtsov, Artem Korolev, Anzor kankulov and Ekaterina Pavelko, Karina Osroene, Yevgeny Zabolotny Alexey Bokov, Laura dzhugeliya, Manizha, Daria Subbotina, Mari Koberidze, Margarita Lieva, Polina Sokhranova, Ksyusha Fomina, Andrey Fomin, Irakli Rodonaia, Vasily Kuibar, Nikita Kukushkin, Herman Larkin, Savva Saveliev, Michael hasaya, Polina Zueva, Oksana He, Timofey Kolesnikov and Anastasiya Krivosheeva and others.
“Black Russian” is a play of sensations affecting the viewer on the level of all senses. In the formulation of the present unusual music, loud and unexpected pyrotechnic stunts, smells. In the barn smells of new-mown hay in the kitchen – pancakes and meat in the bedroom – flowers. Gastronomy the action in the kitchen of the House Troyekurov’s estate, executed in the spirit of the show: the chefs cook exclusively black food, treating viewers black dumplings, herbal infusions, and other viands.
Guests each play will be no more than 80 spectators that will be divided into three groups, putting on the masks of owls, foxes and deer, and will follow three different routes, becoming participants and witnesses of the three storylines. Screenings of “Black Russian” will be held a few days a week for two or three sessions a day until mid-November.