Moscow Pushkin Drama Theatre
Three epic, poignant stories brought to life by Russia’s internationally acclaimed company
Moscow Pushkin Drama Theatre: The Cherry Orchard
Russian screen and stage star Victoria Isakova is aristocrat Lyubov Ranevskaya in an enigmatic and seductive production of Chekhov’s majestic portrait of a nation facing revolutionary change.
Moscow Pushkin Drama Theatre: The Good Person of Szechwan
A director who sells out theatres in Moscow, Yury Butusov’s modern-dress version of Brecht’s parable play is punchy and vigorous, with a no-holds-barred performance by Alexandra Ursulyak at its core.
Moscow Pushkin Drama Theatre: Mother's Field
Striking movement, gestures and signs convey the narrative in this potent performance without words, a plea for peace and humanity based on Soviet-Kyrgyz writer Chinghiz Aitmatov's enduring story.