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Eugene Onegin

Vakhtangov State Academic Theatre of Russia

Alexander Pushkin’s timeless novel is brought to life in this rare appearance by the legendary Vakhtangov State Academic Theatre of Russia. Internationally lauded director Rimas Tuminas stages a theatrical adaptation of Eugene Onegin complete with the relevant themes of love, disillusionment, forgiveness, condemnation, and cynicism that have made it a staple of the Russian literary canon. Winner of the Crystal Turandot, Russia’s most prestigious theatrical award, this lively production remains faithful to Pushkin’s original text infused with Russian and French folk songs and showcasing the talents of 45 actors. Direct from New York’s Cherry Orchard Festival, this visually dazzling, stylish and daring adaptation establishes itself as a modern masterpiece of theatre.

PLEASE NOTE: Aleksei Guskov, will play the title role of Eugene Onegin, replacing Sergey Makovetsky, who was restricted from flying by his doctor, due to health reasons. Vladimir Simonov will replace Vladimir Vdovichenkov in the role of the Retired Hussar, as Mr. Vdovichenkov recovering from the operation on his vocal chords. On behalf of the Vakhtangov Theatre and the 65-person cast and crew of "Eugene Onegin," we hope you enjoy the performance!

“Anyone who saw the Vakhtangov [Theatre]…will know they are a first-rate troupe.” – The Guardian

ABOUT THE ARTISTS:

Founded in 1920 by actor and director Yevgeny Vakhtangov, the Vakhtangov State Academic Theatre of Russia has become one of the most prestigious companies in Russia. The company has been seen by millions of people throughout Europe, including Paris, London, Vienna, Berlin, Prague and Budapest, among others. Their definitive productions of classics such as Uncle Vanya, Measure for Measure, and Anna Karenina have spread their reputation internationally.

 

Show Information

JUN 06 - 07, 2014

  • Location Emerson/Cutler Majestic Theatre
  • Performed by Vakhtangov State Academic Theatre of Russia
  • From the novel by Alexander Pushkin
  • Presented in association with The Cherry Orchard Festival
  • Adapted and Directed by Rimas Tuminas
  • Series Legend
  • Ages 14+
  • Running Time 3 hours and 40 minutes, including one intermission
* The complimentary ticket cannot be redeemed for this performance