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Actually: news, articles, rehearsals
14 May 2019
Photo by Ken Reynolds
The archive publishes exclusive photographs by British photographer Ken Reynolds, who attended performances of The Garden in Edinburgh in September 1995.
17 March 2019
Boris Yukhananov and composer Dmitri Kourliandski met with students of the Institute of Liberal Arts and Sciences of the Moscow International University, where they talked about the principles on which work at the Stanislavsky Electrotheatre is based — new processualism and the open-circuited work space. They also presented Fading Apocalypse, an installation devoted to reflections on the role of the director, and how art is possible in the modern world.
20 February 2019
The exhibit of graphics for Drillalians runs from February 20 to March 9 in the lobby of the Stanislavsky Electrotheatre.
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.