Психопаты

About the play

Age limit: 14+
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes without intermission
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Сценическая адаптация, режиссура Баскаков Артём Анатольевич / Лоскутов Кирилл / Фесак Рустем Владимирович
as the stage managing director Baicher Vladimir
Сценография и костюмы Васильева Ольга
Хореография Исакова Лариса
В спектакле использована музыка Р. Планкета

Действующие лица и исполнители

"ДВА ГАЗЕТЧИКА"

Василий Рыбкин Фатьянов Сергей Сергеевич / Богданов Андрей Олегович
Николай Шлепкин Кожевников Иван Олегович

"ПЕРЕСОЛИЛ"

Глеб Гаврилович Смирнов Курочкин Владимир Андреевич / Пеккер Евгений Викторович
as the old woman, the horse, the crow Елисеева Полина Евгеньевна / Belyaeva Natalia (HONORED ARTIST OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION)
Клим Фатьянов Сергей Сергеевич / Богданов Андрей Олегович

"ПСИХОПАТЫ"

as Simeon Alekseevich Nyanin Golyshev Yuri (HONORED ARTIST OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION) / Рябов Виктор Николаевич
Его сын Гриша, отставной поручик Кожевников Иван Олегович
Mother of Grisha Belyaeva Natalia (HONORED ARTIST OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION) / Елисеева Полина Евгеньевна

"ЗЛОУМЫШЛЕННИК"

Следователь Фатьянов Сергей Сергеевич / Богданов Андрей Олегович
Денис Григорьев Курочкин Владимир Андреевич / Пеккер Евгений Викторович

"СМЕРТЬ ЧИНОВНИКА"

Иван Дмитрич Червяков Курочкин Владимир Андреевич / Пеккер Евгений Викторович
General Bryzzhalov Golyshev Yuri (HONORED ARTIST OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION) / Рябов Виктор Николаевич
Сопровождающие Фатьянов Сергей Сергеевич / Богданов Андрей Олегович / Кожевников Иван Олегович

The plot

Psychopaths is an onstage composition of five short stories by A. P. Chekhov: Two newsman, Overdone, A malefactor, The Death of a Government Clerk and Psychopaths.

This performance is the result of a creative team-work of three young Directors ~ graduates of the State Institute of Theatre Arts (GITIS) (the Russian University of Theatre Arts between 2011 and 2015) in 1994 (a workshop of Professor L. E. Heifetz).

That is why the play is so unusual, diverse and versatile.

"Chilling stories" ~ well, this is how the Directors defined the genre of their staging by themselves, having in mind both ~ the themes of chosen Chekhov's short stories: suicide, death, fear, and the ability to analyze many frightening and often hopeless aspects and features of the present-day society.

This performance ~ is one of the attempts to find a way out of no-win situations, a person often gets in in his life, and to find a hole to gain freedom.

Psychopaths ~ is the play designed for not so much to appeal to Chekhov's era, but most likely an urge to use his words to talk about the problems, close and clear to everyone of us.


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