“Thyl,” “Little Tragedies” and “Macbeth”: Theatre on Malaya Bronnaya premiers in the new season

“Thyl,” “Little Tragedies” and “Macbeth”: Theatre on Malaya Bronnaya premiers in the new season
The Moscow Drama Theatre on Malaya Bronnaya has also planned guest performances. The artists will visit Belarus, Israel and Perm.

The Theatre on Malaya Bronnaya is the first to open a new season in Moscow. The traditional company gathering took place on 1 August. Director Sergei Golomazov told the company about the theatre’s plans and repertoire for the season and the upcoming premieres.

At the end of the meeting, the actors introduced their new colleagues to the company: Nikita Kologrivy, Ilya Antonenko and Artyom Gubin.

Premieres on the Main Stage

The premiere of  “Thyl” based on Grigory Gorin’s play of the same name will take place on the theatre’s Main Stage on 22 and 23 September. It has been staged by the Director Sergei Golomazov to the music of Soviet composer Gennady Gladkov.

In December, the audience will see William Shakespeare’s “Macbeth” directed by Anton Yakovlev. The second half of the season will be devoted to a younger audience. They will see the children’s play “The Canterville Ghost” based on Oscar Wilde’s play and staged by Alexei Frolenkov. In addition, the theatre will show Jonas Gardell’s Swedish play “Cheek to Cheek” that was staged by Mikhail Gorevoy.

Plays on the Small Stage

The premiere of a series of Alexander Pushkin’s plays “Little Tragedies” directed by Yegor Arsenov will be presented. Yekaterina Dubakina will show a play based on Lyudmila Petrushevskaya’s “Colombina’s Apartment.”

Guest performances in Belarus, Israel and Perm

The theatre’s first guest performances are planned for the autumn. From 1 to 4 October the theatre will stage “The Salem Witches” and “Cyrano de Bergerac in Minsk. Two weeks later it will travel to Israel to show the play “Tartuffe” from 19 to 21 October.

A big trip is planned for next June. The theatre will put on its best plays in Perm under the federal programme “Major Guest Performances.”

A move and repairs in the new season

The new season will be busy not only on a creative plane. Next February the theatre will move to the House of Culture on the Yauza River as its current building undergoes repairs through the spring of 2020.