Curator: Olga Komleva (Yekaterinburg)

Director - Alexander Vakhov (Kolyada Theatre), scenography – Edward Kubensky, actor – Anton Makushin (Kolyada Theatre)

The project of the Center for Contemporary Drama with the support of M. Krasheninnikov Studio and the Ural Youth Symphonic Orchestra

The creative work of the Ural poet Boris Ryzhy, who committed suicide in 2001, is permeated with the dashing atmosphere of the city’s industrial outskirts and factory backyards. He has been compared with Esenin and Mayakovsky, called “the last Soviet poet” and the youngest star of the new times. His words burn and make one smile despite everything; they openly proclaim the laws of the streets and sing on bittersweet love, they carry with them the precious light emanating from the lyrical hero. The performance “Ryzhy” is dedicated to this legendary figure while also being a project of the social adaptation of the death-mute through creativity.


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9.09 – 10.10.2012

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