Guest performance "Krasnyi Fackel" ("Red Torch") Theatre Novosibirsk

Three Sisters (Drei Schwestern)

by Anton Chekov
Assistant Director Natalia Jaruschkina
Sound Nina Belkina
Sign Language Instructor Galina Nischuk
Guest performance
1, 2 and 3 February 2019, Kammerspiele
Ilija MusykoAndrey S. Prozorov
Walerija KrutschininaNatacha
Irina KriwonosOlga
Daria JemeljanowaMacha
Linda AhmetzjanowaIrina
Denis FrankFedor I. Kulygin
Pawel PoljakowAlexander J. Vershinin
Anton VojnalowitschNicholas L. Tuzenbach
Konstantin TeleginVasili V. Solenyi
Andrej TschernyhIvan R. Chebutykin
Alexej MeschowAlexei P. Fedotik
Sergej BogomolowVladimir K. Rode
Sergej NowikowFerapont
Jelena DrinewskajaAnfisa
Ilija Musyko
Andrey S. Prozorov
Walerija Krutschinina
Natacha
Irina Kriwonos
Olga
Daria Jemeljanowa
Macha
Linda Ahmetzjanowa
Irina
Denis Frank
Fedor I. Kulygin
Pawel Poljakow
Alexander J. Vershinin
Anton Vojnalowitsch
Nicholas L. Tuzenbach
Konstantin Telegin
Vasili V. Solenyi
Andrej Tschernyh
Ivan R. Chebutykin
Alexej Meschow
Alexei P. Fedotik
Sergej Bogomolow
Vladimir K. Rode
Sergej Nowikow
Ferapont
Jelena Drinewskaja
Anfisa
Der Standard
Ronald Pohl, 27.05.2016
Exclusively using gestures and countless noises and sounds the Chekhov's play is miraculously reborn at the Museum quarter - Novosibirsk culmination of the [festival Wiener] Festwochen. Exclusively using gestures and countless noises and sounds the Chekhov's play is miraculously reborn at the Museum quarter - Novosibirsk culmination of the [festival Wiener] Festwochen.
Der Kurier
Peter Jarolin, 28.05.2016
Timofey Kulyabin puts his protagonists in a naturalistic, like a movie set, set design by Oleg Golovko, but depriving them of their speech. But this only adds expression to them. A purely gestural interaction enhances every scene; one can rarely see such a true, emotional, high and radical Chekhov. Timofey Kulyabin puts his protagonists in a naturalistic, like a movie set, set design by Oleg Golovko, but depriving them of their speech. But this only adds expression to them. A purely gestural interaction enhances every scene; one can rarely see such a true, emotional, high and radical Chekhov.
News
Susanne Zobl, 28.05.2016
The production lives by with powerful images, such as during a fire the house becomes a refuge of fire victims. In a strong ensemble acting personalities shine, such, for example, Pavel Polyakov as Vershinin. But even the smallest roles are filled by strong actors. This evening theater shows why Timofey Kulyabin is considered as a very interesting figure among the directors of his generation. The production lives by with powerful images, such as during a fire the house becomes a refuge of fire victims. In a strong ensemble acting personalities shine, such, for example, Pavel Polyakov as Vershinin. But even the smallest roles are filled by strong actors. This evening theater shows why Timofey Kulyabin is considered as a very interesting figure among the directors of his generation.
Die Presse
Barbara Petsch, 28.05.2016
This "Three Sisters" is a kind of opera, full of dissonance, rough, harsh sounds, desperate symphony, consisting of a short rise and a long fall. This "Three Sisters" is a kind of opera, full of dissonance, rough, harsh sounds, desperate symphony, consisting of a short rise and a long fall.
Süddeutsche Zeitung
Christine Dössel, 30.05.2016
Kuljabin’s Introspective takes four hours, with three precisely timed intermissions. It is, if one can say so, an absolutely authentic text, but also absolutely new text production - a real surprise. In the center of the plot there is a great Russian question of Being and Soul: What is the meaning of life? "If you only knew it." Kuljabin’s Introspective takes four hours, with three precisely timed intermissions. It is, if one can say so, an absolutely authentic text, but also absolutely new text production - a real surprise. In the center of the plot there is a great Russian question of Being and Soul: What is the meaning of life? "If you only knew it."

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Director: Jürgen Kruse
Kammerspiele
18.00 - 20.15
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