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18.10.2012

(Русский) Заратустра от Ницше

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(Русский) Класс-концерт «НАША МАХАЛЛЯ»

Афиша 3е Ноября

(Русский) IlkhomJazzClub. Концерт «Весь этот джаз 2»

Sorry, this entry is only available in Русский.

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WHITE WHITE BLACK STORK

Carelessly frightening away the storks their own children, adults broke not nests but lives. This is what the play of the “Ilkhom” is about, which rises to Shakespearian heights. (Stanislav Altunyants, “Pravda Vostoka”, Tashkent, 1998) (more…)
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ROMANCE UNLEASHED

The basic of a new performance is a novel “Eugenie Onegin”, who in the interpretation of Mark Weil has become an original structure. It's unusual because there are lots of the main heroes. (more…)
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Rain outside the wall

The theater of Mark Weil “Ilkhom” with the support of the Swiss Cooperation Office in Uzbekistan, the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation and the Prince Claus Fund of the Netherlands presents the premiere play “Rain outside the wall” (Yuri Klavdiev). (more…)
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HAPPY BEGGARS

It is possible to name “Happy Beggars’ a hymn of a theatrical fantasy, an ode to feelings and emotions, which allows both actors and spectators to become children and feel themselves happy. (Alisa Nikolskaya, “Culture”, Moscow, 2002) (more…)
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THREE TALL WOMEN

The “Ilkhom” Theater, remaining true to European theatrical tradition and using contemporary means of expressiveness, attempts to actualize an important and eternal problem: “If we can not understand each other, then why did we did invent “love”. (Yuriy Podporenko, “Vecherniy Tashkent”, 2005) (more…)
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(Русский) Семь лун

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(Русский) Привидения

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TORTILLA FLAT

musical in two acts on John Steinbeck`s novel of the same name
“Tortilla Flat” in “Ilkhom” this is the performance about how in people, who live doggy life, humanity does not die but rise to life and how kind, sincere dogs set an example to us, people, reminding that we are not a pack. (more…)
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LETTERS OF CLAY

“He came to us with the rain. We were all surpriesed when he arrived.
But rain fell, and we decided, that the arrival of this man was perhaps a good sign.”

“Letters of Clay, Floating Apple” Sukhbat Aflatuni (more…)

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(Русский) Класс-концерт «НАША МАХАЛЛЯ»

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Rain outside the wall

The theater of Mark Weil “Ilkhom” with the support of the Swiss Cooperation Office in Uzbekistan, the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation and the Prince Claus Fund of the Netherlands presents the premiere play “Rain outside the wall” (Yuri Klavdiev). (more…)
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HAPPY BEGGARS

It is possible to name “Happy Beggars’ a hymn of a theatrical fantasy, an ode to feelings and emotions, which allows both actors and spectators to become children and feel themselves happy. (Alisa Nikolskaya, “Culture”, Moscow, 2002) (more…)
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WHITE WHITE BLACK STORK

Carelessly frightening away the storks their own children, adults broke not nests but lives. This is what the play of the “Ilkhom” is about, which rises to Shakespearian heights. (Stanislav Altunyants, “Pravda Vostoka”, Tashkent, 1998) (more…)
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(Русский) Соло для женщины с фортепиано

Sorry, this entry is only available in Русский.

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TORTILLA FLAT

musical in two acts on John Steinbeck`s novel of the same name
“Tortilla Flat” in “Ilkhom” this is the performance about how in people, who live doggy life, humanity does not die but rise to life and how kind, sincere dogs set an example to us, people, reminding that we are not a pack. (more…)
18.10.2012

(Русский) Заратустра от Ницше

IMG_4358

THREE TALL WOMEN

The “Ilkhom” Theater, remaining true to European theatrical tradition and using contemporary means of expressiveness, attempts to actualize an important and eternal problem: “If we can not understand each other, then why did we did invent “love”. (Yuriy Podporenko, “Vecherniy Tashkent”, 2005) (more…)
IMG_2565

HAPPY BEGGARS

It is possible to name “Happy Beggars’ a hymn of a theatrical fantasy, an ode to feelings and emotions, which allows both actors and spectators to become children and feel themselves happy. (Alisa Nikolskaya, “Culture”, Moscow, 2002) (more…)