Main stage STORMSTORM The classic play by Alexander Ostrovsky "The Storm" staged by the Golden Mask laureate Eugene Marcelli to the soundtrack by the band Leningrad.
New Space Dostoevsky 200. A Storytelling Actors Elena Gorina and Alexander Gorelov have prepared the perfomance, based on children's perception of the Russian auhor. "Dostoevsky is some cute man with a funny last name who wrote some long story", kids day. Is that so?
Main stage Uncle Vanya The performance by the French director Stephane Braunschweig based on the play by Anton Chekhov.
Small stage Living T. How do relationships wear thin? Why does a happy marriage end up with divorce? Is it possible to find and bury a "corpse" that pretends to be alive timely? And why did Leo Tolstoy decide to escape from the family, just like the character? Answers to these questions will be found in Living T., a production directed by Danil Chashchin.
Small stage Winter Notes on Summer Impressions Staged for the first time, Fyodor Dostoevsky’s essay invites modern residents of big cities to get on a train with the author and his companion and to travel to Europe of 19th century.
Main stage Ivanov A production based on a play by Anton Chechov, starring Evgeny Mironov in the lead.
Small stage Game A sleuth who catches a criminal who is a sleuth. Psychological thriller based on the play by Anthony Schaeffer. Masterfully twisted spiral of delusions at arm's length on the Small Stage of our theatre.
Main stage Cabaret The last days of the Weimar Republic. Cabaret as a symbol of the collapse of Germany. The musical drama directed by Evgeny Pisarev is a sharp anti-fascist statement embodied by dramatic artists.
Small stage Canary The Canary, as billionaire Aristotle Onassis used to call her, and La Divina (The Divine), as the whole world labelled her, opera diva Maria Callas reflected in the mirrors of an empty apartment as a completely different person: broken, abandoned, voiceless. The fading of a star and the shocking truth about one of the greatest singers of the 20th century will be revealed in a performance by Dmitry Serdyuk.
Main stage Кто боится Вирджинии Вулф? A whiskey fueled night leading to mutual accusations, adultery, a shot and the exposure of a frightening secret. A performance staged by Danila Chashchin based on the cult play by three-time Pulitzer Prize winner Edward Albee with the participation of Evgeny Mironov, Agrippina Steklova, Maria Smolnikova and Alexander Novin.