Molière. Comedy in 3 acts

Théophile Gautier. A romantic composition in 2 acts based on the eponymous novel

Alexander Pushkin, Valery Bryusov

Nikolai Gogol

William Shakespeare

Mikhail Saltykov-Shchedrin. phantasmagoria in 11 acts with a prologue, intermission and afterword. Based on the eponymous novel. 2015 – Year of Literature in Russia Opus № 50

Fyodor Dostoevsky. Concertbutnotaconcert

Ivan Turgenev. After Ivan Turgenev’s novella “Spring Freshets”

Mikhail Bulgakov. A mystification in two parts, text redacted by the theatre

Anton Chekhov — Brian Friel

Meir Shalev. Several topics from the novel “As a Few Days” presented in four meals

Leo Tolstoy. A stage composition of the novella by Leo Tolstoy.

Alexander Volodin

After the short story by Nikolai Gogol “Diary of a Madman”

George Bernard Shaw

Ivan Bunin. Composition after novels by Ivan Bunin “Heinrich”, “Riverside Inn”, “Natalie”, “Madrid”

Bertolt Brecht. The Trials and Mistakes project

Olga Mukhina

Boris Vakhtin. A performance created on the basis of Boris Vakhtin’s novel

Eugene Ionesco

Alexander Pushkin

Boris Ryzhy. A musical journey from Yekaterinburg to Moscow and back, non-stop

A Dance Performance

Prosper Mérimée. fatal mishmash

Yuly Kim. A musical composition in two parts, after William Shakespeare’s “As You Like It”

Osip Mandelshtam. A Novella. In the Trials and Mistakes project.

Vladimir Sirin (Nabokov). An aesthetic offering of art to reality

Jean Giraudoux. Revived stage production by P. Fomenko

Mikhail Shishkin. Scenes and improvisations based on the novel “Maidenhair”

Luigi Pirandello. Unfinished myth about art in four instants

Nikolai Gumilyov

Alexander Vampilov. Cinema performance

Molière. The Trials and Mistakes project

Anton Chekhov

Alexander Pushkin. Composition of the poem “Count Nulin,” the poetic drama “The Stone Guest,” and a scene from “Faust”

James Joyce. A theatrical narrative of the novel in three parts

Fridrikh Gorenshtein. A Play in Two Acts and Four Scenes

Leo Tolstoy. Scenes from the Novel

Gabriel Garcia Marquez. After the play “Diatribe of Love Against a Seated Man”

Fyodor Dostoevsky. Text redacted by the theatre

Alexander Ostrovsky. A Drama in Four Acts with an intermission

Alexander Ostrovsky. A comedy in five acts