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3 November 2018
Photo by Olympia Orlova
The Scenographer announces an issue dedicated to the work of Boris Yukhananov with a teaser consisting of an excerpt from the lead article by John Freedman.
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10 September 2018
Photo by Olympia Orlova
As we have written, a new, major premiere is in the works — Pinocchio — the latest project from Boris Yukhananov which spectators will see in the summer of 2019. For now, please meet the creative team.
5 September 2018
Photo by Olympia Orlova
4 сентября состоялся сбор труппы Электротеатра Станиславский. Борис Юхананов рассказал о предстоящих премьерах.
19 July 2018
We continue our publication of interviews with the composers who worked on Boris Yukhananov's Orphic Games. Punk-macrame project. Here Kristina Matvienko chats with Dmitri Kourlianski.
6 July 2018
We continue our publication of interviews with the composers who worked on Boris Yukhananov's Orphic Games. Punk-macrame project. Here Kristina Matvienko and Irina Tokareva chat with Vladimir Gorlinsky.
3 July 2018
Here Kristina Matvienko chats with composer Kirill Shirokov.
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31 May 2018
Photo by Andrei Bezukladnikov
We publish a gallery of photos of the latest new processual project by Boris Yukhananov and MIR-5, based on texts Jean Anouilh and Jean Cocteau. A single stream of 12 performances that premiered at the Stanislavsky Electrotheatre from May 15 to 20, 2018.
23 May 2018
Nazidanie​,​ a film by Boris Yukhananov and Aleksandr Shein​,​ is included ​in the VANGUARDIAS ​program ​of FILMADRID​,​ ​a Spanish international film festival.
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18 April 2018
The archive publishes the text of a thesis by Austrian student Andreas Schmideker about the work of Boris Yukhananov. His research is focused primarily on Yukhananov as a writer, which the author relates to the general conceptual and methodological principles of the director's self-proclaimed "new-processual" strategy. The full text is published in German, the abstract containing the main theses is available in Russian.
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13 March 2018
A new-processual project of the Stanislavsky Electrotheatre on the basis of the myth of Orpheus, texts by Jean Anouilh and Jean Cocteau.