we will talk about features of transfer of the prose works of Pushkin on the stage and on ways of reading classic texts of modern theatre Directors.

In Zoom-the conversation will be directed by Alexander Juhlin (“Blizzard”), Pavel Artemyev (“the Undertaker. The feast during the plague”) and the actors Oleg Zima, Marianna Ilyina, Alexei Mishakov, Andrey Bazhin and Ivan Zabelin.

In the theatrical cycle Ramtha “Belkin’s stories” it was assumed that five young filmmakers in different stage areas of the theatre during the year will present their versions of five classic stories about the irresistible force of destiny, revenge, late repentance, and, of course, all-conquering love. The first performance of the project was “the Station agent” directed by Mikhail Stankevich, the second – “the Blizzard” by Alexander Juhlin. “The undertaker. The feast during the plague” Pavel Artemyev was released in February 2020. With Mar online Egor Ravinsky rehearsing “the Shot”, and Cyril Vytoptov – “the peasant Girl”.

Pushkin’s meeting will conclude the program “Classics in Ramta” Youth educational project “THEATRE” in the framework of which has already taken place and caused a great resonance zoom-discussion “New people” bitter”, “Talk about Ostrov”, “Shakespeare in the underpass” and “Chekhovian Alexei Borodin”.

Artistic Director ramta Alexey Borodin these days congratulations on the fortieth anniversary of his work at the Youth theatre, which he directs since 1980. 35 performances, thousands of rehearsals, several generations of actors, Directors, spectators, who in his theatre go families and generations… the Directing style of the Alexei Borodin is a memorable theatrical experiments with space and time. In academic theatre, he brought the action outside of the auditorium, on the famous staircase lobby (“Berenice” by J. Racine), swapped the actors and audience, placing the latter on the stage (“Lorenzaccio” A. De Musset), gave the original sound of the classics (“the Cherry orchard” by A. Chekhov). The first in Russia, followed by the Royal National theatre in London and Lincoln Center in new York, Borodin put the dramatic trilogy of Tom Stoppard’s “the Coast of utopia” (8 hours of stage action, over 70 characters, 35 years of history). For the first time in the world theatre practice all three parts – “the Voyage”, “Shipwreck”, “beached” – was released at the same time, were playing one day and stayed in the repertoire for 10 seasons.

Ability to work with complex texts – his theatrical trump card. In 2012, he joined three plays of Eugene O”Neil in the three-act play “becomes Electra”. In 2015 the premiere of “Nuremberg” by Abby Mann screenplay was led to believe in the revival of this journalistic theatre. “Democracy” Michael frane continued Ramtha conversation with the audience about the importance ofbecloventh things – justice and responsibility, ability to listen, hear and respect each other.

Now that Alexei Borodin is rehearsing the play “Woe from wit” Griboyedov. In his future directorial plans – based on the novel by Aleksey Varlamov “my Soul Paul” and Tom Stoppard’s “Leopoldstadt”.

Alexei Borodin – Director, people’s artist of Russia, Professor of rata (GITIS). The winner of the presidential Prize and the prize of the Government of Russia, awarded the Order of Friendship and Order of Honour, Order for merit to the Fatherland IV and III. For the production of “Les Miserables” based on the novel by Victor Hugo was awarded the State prize of Russia. Received numerous theatre awards, including the International Award of Stanislavsky for the contribution to development of theatrical pedagogics.

Born in the Chinese city of Qingdao. In 1968 he graduated from GITIS, the course of Yuri Zavadsky. Staged performances in Smolensk and in the Student theatre of Moscow state University, from 1973 to 1980 he headed the Theatre for young spectators in Kirov. From 1980 and still runs the Ramtha.

among the productions of Alexei Borodin – “Three fat men” by Yuri Olesha, “Forgive me” V. Astaf’eva, “Anton and others” by A. Kazantsev, “the Kid” by A. and B. Strugatsky, “the Duchess” by V. Yezhov and G. Chukhrai, “Trap No. 46, height second” Yuri Schekochikhin, “Bath” Mayakovsky, “King Lear” by William Shakespeare, “Great expectations” Charles Dickens, “One night” by E. Schwartz, “the Martian Chronicles” by R. Bradbury, “The diary of Anne Frank” by F. Goodrich and A. Hacket, “Portrait” by N. Gogol and many others.