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19 June 2020
Photo by Andrei Bezukladnikov
In this article, published in Vestnik Evropy (Messenger of Europe) magazine, Vadim Rutkovsky reviews a large swath of Boris Yukhananov’s work, from the 1970s in Voronezh to his latest premieres in Moscow.
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25 April 2020
Composition City. Photo by Andrei Bezukladnikov
The Stanislavsky Electrotheatre continues it's program of streaming theatre performances. On 27 April — 2 May, you can watch three compositions of The Golden Ass project.
25 October 2019
The new issue of MIT (International Theatre Institute) journal offers several materials about the rehearsals of Pinocchio, and about discussions dedicated to the premiere. The first shows take place quite soon: November 21 to 24 during the NET (New European Theatre) festival. In the meantime, you can read an article by Olga Fuchs about Pinocchio.
30 May 2019
The new issue of the international magazine The Scenographer, an in-depth examination of Boris Yukhananov's work over the years, has gone on sale. It may be purchased both in print and in digital versions.
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1 February 2018
The Online Theatre Magazine by the UTE By Herwig Lewy The bassline of the day remains unsaid: United in diversity. Artistic directors of UTE theatres came all the way from Athens, Bucharest, Luxembourg, Moscow, Sofia and Vienna to the Yugoslav Drama Theatre, Belgrade, on 17 September 2017. After a first conference in Milan last year, the focus of this exchange on different theatre structures was on Eastern and South Eastern Europe. For the first time, Boris Yukhananov from the Stanislavsky Electrotheatre in Moscow also attended. Meeting the newest member of the UTE.
8 August 2017
As they summed up the past season, critics are naming the projects that they feel are the most outstanding. In an article on Colta.ru the Electrotheatre is named seven times in regards to Boris Yukhananov’s new prossecual project The Golden Ass, the premiere of the Octavia. Trepanation opera, and the opening of the Theatre Yard.