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GOLDEN MASK IN ISTANBUL SUPPORTER

The online screenings will go live on the Passo Studio website on 22 October at 20.00 and run until 20 November at 00.00. You will have 48 hours to finish watching the screenings that you have tickets for. For security reasons, your access to the screening will be terminated 48 hours after you click the "play" button. Click for detailed information.

Lasts app. 100’.
Russian with Turkish subtitles.
Suitable for ages 16+.

GOLDEN MASK IN ISTANBUL ONLINE
The Bear, Boris and Children of The Sun are presented with kind collaboration of Golden Mask Russian Performing Arts Festival in Golden Mask in İstanbul Online section.

THE MOSCOW PLAYWRIGHT AND DIRECTOR CENTRE & CHEKHOV INTERNATIONAL THEATRE FESTIVAL

  • Written by: Anton Pavlovic Chekhov
  • Directed by: Vladimir Pankov
  • Music: Artyom Kim, Sergey Rodukov
  • Stage Design: Maxim Obrezkov
  • Choreography: Polina Mironova
  • Light Design: Nikolai Surkov
  • Performers: Elena Yakovleva, Alexander Feklistov, Nadezhda Meier, Petr Markin, Anastasia Alferova, Katsiaryna Kryuko, Olga Putkova, Dilyara Sagdeeva, Iana Chekina, Evgenii Barkhatov

Can there be a story about ordinary people? Would anyone be interested in the everyday trials, problems that are not very ‘literary’, foolish searches, or strange situations people find themselves in during their lives? Even though it seems insignificant, Anton Chekhov chose to focus on the mundane in all of his plays, leaving a deep mark on world literature with his subtle and unique sense of humour.

Chekhov renders the complex world of man visible with sharp detail. In The Bear, which he repeatedly rewrote, he criticizes the social view of the period in his unique style. In the play, the squabbles between a woman mourning the death of her husband and a man nicknamed ‘The Bear’ who arrives to collect her husband’s debt are told in a very humorous manner. This game between the duo, which goes back and forth on the fringes of hate and love, offers the audience something beyond situational comedy as it also sheds light on the rarely addressed quirks of romance.

Director Vladimir Pankov’s interpretation of The Bear, which is a co-production of the Moscow Playwright and Director Centre and Chekhov International Theatre Festival, invites us to a laughter-filled theatre session...

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