At the Taganka Theater told about the interactive Museum on the centenary Lyubimova

© RIA Novosti / Vladimir Mackinderite in Photobacterium Yuri Lyubimov. Archival photoAt the Taganka Theater told about the interactive Museum on the centenary Lyubimova© RIA Novosti / Vladimir Mackinderite the image Bank

The interactive Museum will open at the Taganka Theatre 30 September, the day of the centenary of the birth of its founder, Director Yuri Lyubimov (1917 – 2014): on the walls of the foyer of the theater «come to life» by the legendary actor – Vladimir Vysotsky, Leonid Filatov, and others.

The Central element of the Interactive Museum was the Cabinet Lyubimov, the walls of which recorded nearly the entire history of the Taganka — from floor to ceiling they covered with autographs of famous people. This tradition put Andrei Voznesensky point, write on the wall: «All goddess – like toadstools in front of the women with taganki». Continued the tradition of Andrei Tarkovsky, Arthur Miller, Laurence Olivier, Yevgeny Yevtushenko, Mikhail Shemyakin, Ernst Neizvestny, Innokenty Smoktunovsky, Sergei Paradzhanov, Georgiy Daneliya and many others. There on the wall and the autograph of the President of Russian Federation Vladimir Putin.

In the exposition of the Cabinet as represented by memorial items – furniture, piano, table lamps, guitar Vladimir Vysotsky, Lyubimov books.

«Because the master is too small, it is impossible to show everyone. So was born the idea to move it to the foyer in the form of a projection, which comes to life the story of the Taganka», — told RIA Novosti the artistic Director of the theatre Irina Apeksimova, noting that in the actual study tour will be run.

In addition to 3D projections autographs on the walls of the lobby, viewers will see the memories of Lyubimov and theater poets Bella Akhmadulina, Andrei Voznesensky, and other witnesses of the creation of the «Taganka», and excerpts from famous performances with the participation of Vladimir Vysotsky, Leonid Filatov, archival photo Lubimov and the troupe.

«We take archival material and translated them to 3D, then it’s all synchronized. This one in the theater ever did. This is an attempt of modern technical means to show the history of the theater. The author of the installation — Vladislav Balabanov», — told reporters CEO United 3D Labs Dmitry Vatulin.

With the help of touch panels, visitors will also be able to pass the virtual tour, looking at all departments of the theatre.