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31 May 18:30
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Ilkhom. Retrospective show

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25 June 18:30
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Preview “Airport”

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26 June 18:30
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Preview “Airport”

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“This train is on fire”

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“A Respectable Wedding”

In 1979, this play was, without question, the most popular piece in the "Ilkhom" repertoire. The performance, staged in the form of a "vintage family portrait" appeared to be universal, and is held dear to the spectators of more than one generation of Tashkent audiences who have come to the "Ilkhom" Theater. (more…)
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“Ghosts”

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“Seven moons”

Seven Moons written by Alisher Navoi is a poetic, Sufi parable about the mysterious equilibrium of fame and infamy, greatness and humiliation, about a shah who once had everything, but lost it all because of his regal pride. (more…)
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“White White Black Stork”

"WHITE WHITE BLACK STORK" Inadvertently startling storks - their own children, not adults broke the nest, and life itself. This performance of "Ilkhom" has risen to the heights of Shakespeare. Stanislav Altunyants. "Truth of the East". Tashkent, 1998. "Ilkhom" Refer to page unfinished, quite unique to the Turkish-speaking writers, a little-known story "From the notebook Kalvak Makhzumi", adding his theatrical version of scenes from the novel "Past Days" and the play "The unfortunate bride." (more…)
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“A Respectable Wedding”

In 1979, this play was, without question, the most popular piece in the "Ilkhom" repertoire. The performance, staged in the form of a "vintage family portrait" appeared to be universal, and is held dear to the spectators of more than one generation of Tashkent audiences who have come to the "Ilkhom" Theater. (more…)
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Premier “CASTLE. K.”

Franz Kafka's unfinished novel entitled "Castle", is considered to be one of the most prominent and mysterious works of 20th century world literature. The book was first published in 1926 after the death of its creator, as did two of Kafka's other major works - "Process" and "America". "Castle" remained unfinished, leaving numerous questions unanswered: Is it a Castle or a Lock to which no one has yet found a key? The main character in the novel appears in an unnamed, geographically obscure village, and attempts to get inside the Castle with no luck. (more…)
12491772_1083325691708136_4699327255109433030_o

“Seven moons”

Seven Moons written by Alisher Navoi is a poetic, Sufi parable about the mysterious equilibrium of fame and infamy, greatness and humiliation, about a shah who once had everything, but lost it all because of his regal pride. (more…)
11219067_10153643042065528_1180535738274922321_n

“A Respectable Wedding”

In 1979, this play was, without question, the most popular piece in the "Ilkhom" repertoire. The performance, staged in the form of a "vintage family portrait" appeared to be universal, and is held dear to the spectators of more than one generation of Tashkent audiences who have come to the "Ilkhom" Theater. (more…)
stork4

“White White Black Stork”

"WHITE WHITE BLACK STORK" Inadvertently startling storks - their own children, not adults broke the nest, and life itself. This performance of "Ilkhom" has risen to the heights of Shakespeare. (more…)
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“Solo for a woman with a piano”

"SOLO FOR WOMAN WITH PIANO" A fictional story about the rehearsals of Marlene Dietrich’s last concert. Many admirers of her talent convinced the "living legend" to come back to the scene and give one final concert. During rehearsal, Marlene begins to recall the most vivid scenes of her life, and how these moments are related her songs. (more…)
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“Ghosts”

Sorry, this entry is only available in Русский.

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“Rain Behind 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 present the premiere play Rain Behind The Wall (written by Yuri Klavdiev). (more…)
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Premier “CASTLE. K.”

Franz Kafka's unfinished novel entitled "Castle", is considered to be one of the most prominent and mysterious works of 20th century world literature. The book was first published in 1926 after the death of its creator, as did two of Kafka's other major works - "Process" and "America". "Castle" remained unfinished, leaving numerous questions unanswered: Is it a Castle or a Lock to which no one has yet found a key? The main character in the novel appears in an unnamed, geographically obscure village, and attempts to get inside the Castle with no luck. (more…)
1 March 18:30
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“Seven moons”

Seven Moons written by Alisher Navoi is a poetic, Sufi parable about the mysterious equilibrium of fame and infamy, greatness and humiliation, about a shah who once had everything, but lost it all because of his regal pride. (more…)
2 March 18:30
18.10.2012

“Zarathustra from Nietzsche”

"ZARATHUSTRA Nietzsche" The heart of the play "Zarathustra by Nietzsche" was formed combining: "Thus Spoke Zarathustra" by Friedrich Nietzsche, "Erotica" and "My Life" Lou Andreas-Salome, "Friedrich Nietzsche" Stefan Zweig, "Thus Spoke Zarathustra" by Larissa Garmash. (more…)
3 March 18:30
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IlkhomRockFest: “MONNO”!

The band Monno and YAMAHA TASHKENT are pleased to invite you to the long-awaited spring debut of the new album entitled “dances”, which will take place on March 3rd at 18:30 on the stage of the Ilkhom Theatre. Artist Vitaliy Popelov will take part in the performance thanks to the cooperation of YAMAHA, IOSIS, and the Ilkhom Theatre. (more…)
4 March 18:30
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Multimedia Laboratory Project “TripS”

Multimedia Laboratory Project “TripS” Did Chuang Tzu dreamed that he - a butterfly, or a butterfly dreaming that she - Chuang Tzu ?! "Research Laboratory of Illusion" - a name that periodically integrates completely creative units from different areas of art in in order to create action on the stage. (more…)
5 March 18:30
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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…)
7 March 18:30
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PREMIERE: “AIRPORT”

The play "Airport" was formed from metaphorical parables, real and fictional characters and stories collected by the project team. It was then composed into a single storyline by the young playwright Nikita Makarenko, and director Artyom Kim. The play is set at an unidentified airport, in an unidentified city. (more…)
8 March 18:30
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musical-poetic evening “Sergey Yesenin. Sky Drummer”

Only on October 28th at the Ilkhom Theatre of Mark Weil, we will hold a musical-poetic evening "Sergey Yesenin. Sky Drummer", (more…)
9 March 18:30
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“Rain Behind 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 present the premiere play Rain Behind The Wall (written by Yuri Klavdiev). (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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PREMIERE: “AIRPORT”

The play "Airport" was formed from metaphorical parables, real and fictional characters and stories collected by the project team. It was then composed into a single storyline by the young playwright Nikita Makarenko, and director Artyom Kim. The play is set at an unidentified airport, in an unidentified city. (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…)
stork4

“White White Black Stork”

"WHITE WHITE BLACK STORK" Inadvertently startling storks - their own children, not adults broke the nest, and life itself. This performance of "Ilkhom" has risen to the heights of Shakespeare. Stanislav Altunyants. "Truth of the East". Tashkent, 1998. "Ilkhom" Refer to page unfinished, quite unique to the Turkish-speaking writers, a little-known story "From the notebook Kalvak Makhzumi", adding his theatrical version of scenes from the novel "Past Days" and the play "The unfortunate bride." (more…)
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Premier “CASTLE. K.”

Franz Kafka's unfinished novel entitled "Castle", is considered to be one of the most prominent and mysterious works of 20th century world literature. The book was first published in 1926 after the death of its creator, as did two of Kafka's other major works - "Process" and "America". "Castle" remained unfinished, leaving numerous questions unanswered: Is it a Castle or a Lock to which no one has yet found a key? The main character in the novel appears in an unnamed, geographically obscure village, and attempts to get inside the Castle with no luck. (more…)
12491772_1083325691708136_4699327255109433030_o

“Seven moons”

Seven Moons written by Alisher Navoi is a poetic, Sufi parable about the mysterious equilibrium of fame and infamy, greatness and humiliation, about a shah who once had everything, but lost it all because of his regal pride. (more…)
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“Golden Dragon”

"Golden Dragon" - a tragicomedy by German playwright Roland Schimmelpfennig, recognized in Germany, as the best play in 2010. The first text of the play sounded at the Ilkhom Theater of Mark Weil before an audience in the form of theatrical improvisation in November, 2013. (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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“The Miraculous journey of Edward Tulane”

The play The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane is based on the book by Kate DiCamillo – an American author of children’s books. (more…)
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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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“Ghosts”

The play "Ghosts" was written by Henrik Ibsen in 1881. The characters in the play experience the highest peaks of passion and bitterly pay for them. Other playwright contemporaries noted the similarity of the play "Ghosts" with the ancient Greek tragedies, where the theme of ancestral curse is central. (more…)
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The Laboratory “Theatre + Music”

On March 26th at 18:30, the Ilkhom Theatre of Mark Weil and the Omnibus Ensemble will present another project from Artyom Kim's Laboratory "Theatre+Music". The evening's program includes Shostakovich's string quartet №3 and №5, as well as a musical-theatrical composition based on the diaries of Michael Bulgakov. Texts will be read by honored artist of the Republic of Uzbekistan Olga Volodina, Yuliya Plakida, and Natalya . The Laboratory "Theatre+Music" began its work under the roof of the Ilkhom Theatre in 2016. It was created so that actors, musicians, artists, and playwrights could engage in collaborative artistic endeavors, exchange ideas and pinpoint new areas of overlap. The fruits of this artistic collaboration, grown in the process of trainings and shows is what we share with the audience. Information on ticketing is available at 241-22-42, 241-22-52, and through the theatre's website http://ilkhom.com/repertuar/repplan/
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PREMIERE: “AIRPORT”

The play "Airport" was formed from metaphorical parables, real and fictional characters and stories collected by the project team. It was then composed into a single storyline by the young playwright Nikita Makarenko, and director Artyom Kim. The play is set at an unidentified airport, in an unidentified city. (more…)
12466029_1083323125041726_2905666428247718445_o

“The Miraculous journey of Edward Tulane”

The play The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane is based on the book by Kate DiCamillo – an American author of children’s books. (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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“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…)
1 April 18:30
ESENIN poster A42222

musical-poetic evening “Sergey Yesenin. Sky Drummer”

Only on October 28th at the Ilkhom Theatre of Mark Weil, we will hold a musical-poetic evening "Sergey Yesenin. Sky Drummer", (more…)
2 April 18:30
IMG_1086

“Ghosts”

The play "Ghosts" was written by Henrik Ibsen in 1881. The characters in the play experience the highest peaks of passion and bitterly pay for them. Other playwright contemporaries noted the similarity of the play "Ghosts" with the ancient Greek tragedies, where the theme of ancestral curse is central. (more…)
5 April 18:30
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“White White Black Stork”

"WHITE WHITE BLACK STORK" Inadvertently startling storks - their own children, not adults broke the nest, and life itself. This performance of "Ilkhom" has risen to the heights of Shakespeare. (more…)
6 April 18:30
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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…)
7 April 18:30
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“Solo for a woman with a piano”

"SOLO FOR WOMAN WITH PIANO" A fictional story about the rehearsals of Marlene Dietrich’s last concert. Many admirers of her talent convinced the "living legend" to come back to the scene and give one final concert. During rehearsal, Marlene begins to recall the most vivid scenes of her life, and how these moments are related her songs. (more…)
8 April 18:30
12466029_1083323125041726_2905666428247718445_o

“The Miraculous journey of Edward Tulane”

The play The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane is based on the book by Kate DiCamillo – an American author of children’s books. (more…)
9 April 18:30
афиша-3-copy

Multimedia Laboratory Project “TripS”

Multimedia Laboratory Project “TripS” Did Chuang Tzu dreamed that he - a butterfly, or a butterfly dreaming that she - Chuang Tzu ?! "Research Laboratory of Illusion" - a name that periodically integrates completely creative units from different areas of art in in order to create action on the stage. (more…)
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PREMIERE: “AIRPORT”

The play "Airport" was formed from metaphorical parables, real and fictional characters and stories collected by the project team. It was then composed into a single storyline by the young playwright Nikita Makarenko, and director Artyom Kim. The play is set at an unidentified airport, in an unidentified city. (more…)
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“Seven moons”

Seven Moons written by Alisher Navoi is a poetic, Sufi parable about the mysterious equilibrium of fame and infamy, greatness and humiliation, about a shah who once had everything, but lost it all because of his regal pride. (more…)
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…)
zolotoi drakon4small

“Golden Dragon”

"Golden Dragon" - a tragicomedy by German playwright Roland Schimmelpfennig, recognized in Germany, as the best play in 2010. The first text of the play sounded at the Ilkhom Theater of Mark Weil before an audience in the form of theatrical improvisation in November, 2013. (more…)
10926385_324878851052805_5244586560388153857_n

“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…)
IMG_2196

“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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“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…)
13466343_10154219498380528_6286896131368311413_n

PREMIERE: “AIRPORT”

The play "Airport" was formed from metaphorical parables, real and fictional characters and stories collected by the project team. It was then composed into a single storyline by the young playwright Nikita Makarenko, and director Artyom Kim. The play is set at an unidentified airport, in an unidentified city. (more…)
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“Rain Behind 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 present the premiere play Rain Behind The Wall (written by Yuri Klavdiev). (more…)
18.10.2012

“Zarathustra from Nietzsche”

"ZARATHUSTRA Nietzsche" The heart of the play "Zarathustra by Nietzsche" was formed combining: "Thus Spoke Zarathustra" by Friedrich Nietzsche, "Erotica" and "My Life" Lou Andreas-Salome, "Friedrich Nietzsche" Stefan Zweig, "Thus Spoke Zarathustra" by Larissa Garmash. (more…)
img_20161204_180819

Premier “CASTLE. K.”

Franz Kafka's unfinished novel entitled "Castle", is considered to be one of the most prominent and mysterious works of 20th century world literature. The book was first published in 1926 after the death of its creator, as did two of Kafka's other major works - "Process" and "America". "Castle" remained unfinished, leaving numerous questions unanswered: Is it a Castle or a Lock to which no one has yet found a key? The main character in the novel appears in an unnamed, geographically obscure village, and attempts to get inside the Castle with no luck. (more…)