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Available 27.01.2021, 19.00–24.00 CET
Even though there are over 20 characters in this ‘most personal of all Dostoevsky's major works’, only four actors are engaged in the performance - alongside with breathtaking Ingeborga Dapkūnaitė, who plays the part of Prince Myshkin. Maxim Didenko staged The Idiot in the aesthetics of “cirque noir": “among all the other, there are two things in our world that got lost: the culture of clownery and the perception of Dostoevsky as a living human full of irony”.
The director brings into the limelight the novel's romance triangle 'Myshkin - Nastassya Filipovna - Rogozhin' and all those extraordinary events one often overlooks, being preoccupied with the novel’s 'accursed questions'.
A production by Maxim Didenko, one of the most sought-after Russian theatre directors of the new generation, based on the novel by Feodor Dostoevsky. The story unfolds in the space created by Pavel Semchnko, a founder of the AKHE Engineering Theatre.
Ingeborga Dapkunaite / Prince Myshkin
Evgeny Tkachuk / Parfyon Rogozhin
Roman Shalyapin / Nastassya Filippovna, Lebedev
Pavel Chinaryov / Aglaya, Ganya
Stage director: Maxim Didenko
Composer: Ivan Kushnir
Video artist: Ilya Starilov
Stage Adaptation: Konstantin Fyodorov
Set and Lighting Designer: Pavel Semchenko
Costume designer: Anis Kronidova