In the theater Et Cetera made the play of Anna Yablonskaya, who died during the terrorist attack in “Domodedovo”
Moscow theatre Et Cetera under the direction of people’s artist of Russia Alexander Kalyagin on Friday, October 21, will present the premiere performance of Anna Yablonskaya, who died during the terrorist attack at Domodedovo airport in 2011. This will be the first premiere of the new, 24-th, season, Et Cetera, told TASS in the press service of the theater.
The idea of putting on a play Yablonska “the Boatman” was born from the theater Ivan Kosichkin. When the theatre announced a competition of independent works, the actor made a small excerpt from the play and was the only one who received permission from the chief Director of the Et Cetera Robert Sturua on a full-length production.
“The boatman” – a fantastic story, a modern fairy tale for adults, the genre is Comedy, but Ivan Kosichkin staged “as a joke”, said the press service of the theatre. With him on the stage version of “the Boatman” worked Paul Ohlin (set designer), Natalia Zemtsova (costumes), Grant Kagramanyan (music) and actors Artem Blinov, Bastrikov Fedor, Fedor Wrekin, Evgeny Tikhomirov, Maksim Ermicev, Kirill Shcherbina.
The essence of the project lies in the fact that several young actors have decided to play all the roles in the play, including the role of the Director and the artist work together to make your male perspective on women’s problems and also to teach a lesson, how to get rid of all possible fears, reported in the theater. Music also come up with a theater Grant Kagramanyan.
Anna Yablonsky was born July 20, 1981 in Odessa. At the age of 14 years, published the first collection of his poems. Yablonsky has written over two dozen plays, among which “Lack of motivation” (the trilogy was never finished), “Camcorder”, “Concierge” Bermuda square”, “somewhere and around”, “Door”, “Thumbelina and the butterfly”, “Abandoned radio” and others. Many of them were staged in the theatres of Moscow, St.-Petersburg, Ekaterinburg, Odessa.
Repeatedly plays Yablonskaya won in competitions. Talented playwright died at the age of 29, becoming one of 37 victims of the terrorist attack committed by a suicide bomber on January 24, 2011 in Domodedovo airport.