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Alice Through the Looking Glass

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Running time: 3 h, prime June 19, 2010
Ticket price range 100—2500 rub.
  • Author — Lewis Carroll
  • Director — Ivan Popovski
  • Union of Designers — Vadim Volya, Konstantin Lebedev, Vladimir Maximov, Yulia Mikheeva, Olga-Maria Tumakova, Ivan Popovski
  • Costume Design — Angelina Atlagich
  • Lighting Design — Vladislav Frolov
  • Props Design — Irina Bachurina
  • Translation —
  • Composer — Nikolai Orlovsky
  • Choreographer — Oleg Glushkov
  • Video Projections — Vadim Volya, Yulia Mikheeva
  • Musical Direction — Marina Raku
  • Speech Coach — Vera Kamyshnikova
Upcoming Performances

April, 30, 13:00

June, 10, 18:00

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June, 11, 15:00

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Jule, 9, 18:00

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Jule, 12, 18:00

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“Alice Through the Looking Glass” is Fomenko Workshop’s first production for the children. Lewis Carroll’s fairytales with their brilliant paradoxes, flickering meanings and amazing riddles are some of the best examples of children’s literature, and Fomenko Workshop’s style has always been defined by the special, “philological” taste in classics. Plus, the unrestrained whims of the English writer and his phantasmagoric imagery offer a great scope for the most surprising visual choices.

For children seven years old and up.
Ivan Popovski, the stage director of Fomenko Workshop, has decided to follow the writer’s advice and not attempt to explain his inventions. Instead, he set out to bring them to life on stage. No stage production in contemporary Moscow is as beautiful and inventive…
Olga Fuks, Evening Moscow
In other words, go and see for yourself. Without a doubt. I think that Fomenko Workshop’s “Alice Through the Looking Glass” can be no less important and dear for the contemporary audience than the Art Theater’s “The Bluebird” was a hundred years ago.
Alexander Sokolyansky, Strastnoy Boulevard

Characters and Cast

  • Cast for
  • all
  • April 30
  • June 10
  • June 11

Also:

Chess Pieces, Train Passengers, Insects from “The Looking Glass,” The Forest Oblivion, Oysters, Sheep, Drummers.