The first premiere of the season in the Theater on Malaya Bronnaya will be a Comedy–rock «til»

© RIA Novosti / Eugene to Novostinearly in photobackgrounds head of the Moscow drama theater on Malaya Bronnaya, Sergey Golomazov. Archival photoThe first premiere of the season in the Theater on Malaya Bronnaya will be a Comedy–rock «til»© RIA Novosti / Eugene to Novostinearly the image Bank

The first premiere of the new season in the Moscow theater on Malaya Bronnaya will be a Comedy-rock staged by the theatre’s artistic Director Sergei Golomazov, reported in a press-service.

The play is based on the play by Grigory Gorin, which he created in 1970 based on the novel of Charles de Coster’s «the Legend of Eulenspiegel» and Flemish legends.

Till Eulenspiegel has a free independent spirit. He outwits the authorities and the clergy, took over the enemies and the cheers of friends, and turned upside down the world order of the Patriarchal feudal world.

«Til – a wonderful combination of vitality, buffoonery and carnival with a keen sense of justice. I’m not trying to play to expose the sores of society, I am very interested to see how a hero is born alive, said Solomatov before the premiere. – The fate of the til is an example of how the boy grows the need for truth, stemming from acute rejection of human cruelty, stupidity, dishonesty and obscurantism».

According to the Director, for him til not even the hymn to the hero, and longing for a hero, longing for what is not — clean, honest, romantic.

«This is the story of a perfect citizen and a rebel, who would like to be in the same company, to friends, to sit at the same table…, the dream of who you would like to go. Dream is largely unattainable, but it is very important nowadays», — said Golomazov.

One of the main components of the performance – the beautiful music of composer Gennady Gladkov, which sounds in a new modern version performed by the rock band «Temp-77» under the leadership of Cyril Rootless. The authors of the lyrics – Julius Kim, Yuri Entin and Yevgeny Yevtushenko.

The cast: Leonid Telezhinsky, Mikhail Gorevoy, Marina Orel, Vera Babicheva, Daria Gracheva Polina Nekrasova, and others.

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