|Stage Director||Vladimir Pankov|
|Scenography and costumes||Sergey Agafonov|
“Phaedra” is a collaborative project between the Soundrama studio, the Omnibus ensemble, and the Ilkhom theatre. The mythological plot of this ancient tragedy tells the story of a mother’s forbidden passion for her stepchild, and acquires new facets in Tsvetaeva’s interpretation.
For the poetess, “Phaedra is the extreme of love’s shamelessness and fearlessness, and she, herself, is the “follower and singer of extremes.” And this song of Tsvetaeva’s, fits perfectly into the rules of the game determined by Soundrama – the broken and torn poetry crumbles into sounds, sighs, and groans of the multi-voiced ensemble of actors and musicians.
The main partner of this project is the Swiss Bureau in collaboration with the Embassy of Switzerland in Uzbekistan.
Honored artist of the Republic of Uzbekistan – Olga Volodina, honored artists of the Republic of Uzbekistan – Marina Turpisheva,Galina Borisova/Anastasiya Sergeeva, Nadezhda Bandelet, Natalya Lee, Alina Tsimerman, Yuliya Plakida, Klara Nafikova, Misha Safaryan
Boris Gafurov, Farrukh Moldahanov, Sandjar Nafikov, Aleksey Pistsov, Abdulaziz Hodjaev/Rafael Babadjanov, Rustam Musakulov, Umid Rahataliyev
Costumes for the production were created based on the sketches of A. Vesnin
The production uses the letters of M. Tsvetaeva
Duration of the production: 2 hours, 10 minutes
The production premiered on the 20th and 21st of October, 2017
RECOMMENDED FOR AGES 18+