Papa, Maman, Staline et moi

At 2 pm

Running time: 1h30
at 2 pm: from July 5 to 28 - No performance: July 10, 17, 24

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 Theatre
Russian language surtitled in French language
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  • Full price22 €

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CHIEN QUI FUME (THÉÂTRE DU)

75, rue des Teinturiers
84000 - Avignon - Venue map

Hall name: Chien Qui Fume
Seating Capacity: 196

  • Access to disabled
  • Air-conditioning
  • Bleachers

Author:

Mark Rozovsky

Premiere in Avignon

Show resume

"Dad and Mum loved each other like Romeo and Juliet. Unfortunately, their love began during the most terrible period in our history. They were both working at a shipyard, building their love and also the socialism, in which they firmly believed. I was barely 8 months old when the Stalinist police came to arrest my father on false accusations. It was the end of great love and the beginning of the tragedy. A story of the incapacity of two human beings, who loved each other, to heal from the painful wounds of the doubt created by distance. It's MY story, but it should make us think about OUR collective story that has been criminal, destructive and, humiliating. " Mark Rozovsky

11 characters, 8 actors and original Soviet video archives. The play is in the tradition of Constantin Stanislavski and Mikhail Chekhov. A hugely emotional true story.

Artists / Staff

  • Metteur en scène : Mark Rozovsky
  • Interprète(s) : Valery Sheiman, Natalia Baronina, Mikhail Ozornin, Vladimir Davidenko, Yury Golubtsov, Denis Saraykin, Nikolay Zakharov, Andrey Molotkov
  • Adjoint au metteur en scène : Nadezda Rengo
  • Son : Evgenii Lukashevich
  • Vidéo : Sergei Novozhilov
  • Régie : Francky Mermillod

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Corealisation: Théâtre de la Porte Nikitsky

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Le théâtre de la Porte Nikitsky ,fondé en 1983, reçoit le statut de théâtre professionnel en janvier 1987 et devient théâtre d’Etat le 1er octobre 1991. Il se trouve sur le boulevard Nikitsky ,dans un bel immeuble de quatre étages du XVIIIème siècle au centre de Moscou. Depuis sa création, le théâtre a connu 151 mises en scène dont 94 de Mark Rozovsky (dont 1 à Avignon, 1 au Festival d’Edimbourg et 1 à Broadway).

Spectacle surtitré en français